The Office of Student Financial Assistance determines your financial aid eligibility by subtracting your Expected Family Contribution (EFC) from your Cost of Attendance (COA). The information you report on your FAFSA is used in a formula established by the U.S. Congress, which determines your EFC. The COA that your financial aid package is based upon reflects standard and reasonable costs.
Below are estimated 2022-23 academic year COA attendance budgets for students by the academic program. For actual tuition, fee, residence halls, and meal plan charges, please visit the Bursar website at www.marshall.edu/bursar.
You can view your estimated financial aid COA by accessing your Cost of Attendance through the Financial Aid portal within myMU, but you’ll need tomyMU, but you must review your student account to see your actual Marshall University charges.
Below are 2022-23 Estimated Average Cost of Attendance Budgets used by the Office of Student Financial Assistance to determine students’ eligibility for student financial.
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