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Financial Aid & Scholarships

  • Whether it’s scholarships, grants or connecting students to federal aid, MSUM has numerous resources to assist you and your family. The Office of Scholarship & Financial Aid is your number one resource for finding out how to apply, what you need to do to qualify, and what types of financial aid are available.

  • How to Make Your University Education Affordable
    With Financial Aid & Scholarships
    Grants are primarily awarded based on financial need and don’t have to be repaid.
    Loans are financial aid awards that must be repaid with interest after graduation.
    Scholarships are awarded based on exceptional merit, talent or interest.
    Work study is part of your financial aid package where funds are earned by working on campus.
  • Complete Your FAFSA

    Start the financial aid process by first completing the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA). The FAFSA is used to determine eligibility for federal, state and institutional financial aid funds. You must complete the FAFSA each year. MSUM's Federal School Code is 002367.

    FAFSA.govApply for Aid

    August 26: Fall 2019 semester begins
    September 4: Financial aid applied to your fall bill
    September 6: Overages begin for fall semester
    September 30: Fall bills need to be paid in full

    Estimate Your Financial Aid

    Curious about what kind of financial aid you may be eligible for? The Net Price Calculator allows you to input your and your family’s information to get an estimate of financial aid for which you may qualify. This not the FAFSA application, but a calculator to assist you and your family with planning for your education.

    Net Price Calculator

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