Cost and Financial Aid

At Marymount Manhattan College, we believe that creative, ambitious, and talented students should be able to access a world-class education with as few obstacles as possible. We pride ourselves on our robust financial aid and scholarship programs that let students like you reach their professional goals and dreams. Here, you’ll find information and resources to help you understand the cost of attendance and how you can afford it.

Cost of Attendance

The cost of attending in any given year is determined by factors like tuition, housing, and other related fees. Find out the estimated cost of attendance for your circumstances.

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Types of Aid

Ninety-Nine percent of first-year students receive some sort of financial aid, whether through scholarships, grants, loans, work-study programs, or GI benefits. We’ll help you understand the differences between types of aid, and which ones are available to you.

Learn More About Types of Aid

Apply for Financial Aid

For full Consideration of our need-based grants and all federal aid programs, you must complete a Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) form. To be considered, you must have a valid FAFSA application on file with MMC school code (002769) by December 1. Find out more about the requirements and the application process.

How To Apply

“I could not have asked for a better experience at MMC. I am especially appreciative of the suggestions and opportunities presented to help make my college education accessible and affordable for me and my family.” — Lily Burke ’23

Net Price Calculator

Our net price calculator tool estimates your personal cost — the cost of attendance minus your anticipated financial aid — to attend MMC.

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Tuition and Fees

Important Financial Aid Dates to Remember

As you start your educational journey here at MMC, save and remember the following important financial aid dates and deadlines!

  • October
    October 1 st is the earliest date to submit your 2023-2024 FAFSA applications
  • December
    Complete the FAFSA application by December 1 st for priority consideration to maximize your 2023-2024 financial aid
  • December-March
    Set up One-on-One appointment with Financial Aid counselor
  • April
    Federal Student loan Master Promissory Notes (MPN), Loan entrance counseling, and Parent Plus loan application become available on or after April 15 th
  • May
    Admission and housing deposits are due by May 1st
    Bills are prepared for the upcoming fall semester
  • June
    Deadline for submitting Verification documentation for the 2023-2024 academic year (If selected) is June 1, 2023.
    Payment plan enrollment for the upcoming semester begins.
    Complete Health Insurance Waiver
  • July
    Fall semester bill statement is due All loan requirements are due (Master Promissory notes, Loan Entrance Counseling)
  • August
    Work-study Orientation.


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