Cost, Scholarships & Financial Aid
We believe in making the investment.
The value and growing importance of a college degree is very apparent in the world we now live in. The experiences, interactions and knowledge gained in the pursuit of a Monmouth College degree provides students with a valuable foundation for their futures.
Our relationships with families and our commitment to our students are providing the opportunity for qualified students to achieve their educational and professional goals each year. The accomplishments of our alumni and their gifts to the college prove that we are making a difference in the lives of young people every day!
We believe in doing our part to help.
The process of applying for financial assistance and obtaining the necessary funding for college can be overwhelming for families. We know that and we want to help ease the burden for you. We believe that the value of an education far exceeds its price tag. When we all work together to find an affordable option, a bachelor’s degree from Monmouth College is attainable!
First and foremost, you and your family will be expected to commit monetary resources. Secondly, the state and federal governments may offer financial assistance to you. An important third step is to pursue funding from private scholarship sources. And finally, Monmouth College and our alumni offer significant academic, talent and/or need based gift funding to make it possible for new generations of students to attend Monmouth each year.
A list of scholarship opportunities available as well as qualifications and contact info.
Monmouth College participates in many federal and state grant programs. Eligibility requirements are listed here.
Information on rates and application dates and details pertaining to student and parent loans.
Find out more about how to find work study at MC.
Helpful Documents & Websites
Need a form for financial aid? You are likely to find it here! Everything from a FAFSA worksheet to the Federal Student Guide that answers many FA questions.
Filling out the FAFSA
Helpful info for taking the first step in filing for Financial Aid