Main Office: Donnelly Hall 200
Student Employment: Donnelly Hall 217
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Incoming Spring Transfer Students:
Financial Aid packages are made available on a rolling basis, approximately two weeks after being accepted, provided we have a valid FAFSA on file. You may review your aid package by clicking the "Award for Aid Year" link to the upper-right. Please also be sure to review the "Financial Aid Requirements" section to the right. If you have the "Verification Requirements" task listed, you must click the link to register and complete all requirements via our online verification system.
Spring Tuition Statements will be available starting mid-December, provided you are registered.
Class of 2023 Financial Aid Award Letters!
|Application Type:||Financial Aid Award Letters Mailed:|
|Early Decision||Mid/Late January 2019|
|Early Action||Early February 2019|
|Regular Decision||Early April 2019|
2019-2020 FAFSA and Financial Aid Requirements
The 2019-2020 FAFSA is open and available to complete as of October 1! Please use the 2017 Federal Tax Return data when completing your 19-20 FAFSA.
Upper-class Financial Aid Packages
The Priority Deadline for the 2019-2020 FAFSA completion is February 1, 2019. Financial Aid Awards will be available electronically early-June.
1098-T Statement and Tax Credits
Form 1098-T Tuition Payment Statement is the form that colleges are required to issue to students. This form helps families identify eligible college expenses for valuable education credits.
If receiving a 1098-T Form, it has been mailed. The student can access this information from their MyMarist portal. Choose the tab for Student, next click Banner Self Service, from Main Menu select Financial Aid, Select Tax Year, enter 2018, submit, if eligible the information is displayed.
In previous years, the 1098-T included a figure in Box 2 that represented the qualified tuition and related expenses (QTRE) billed to the student account within a calendar year (not the academic year). Qualified related expenses do not include room, board and health service fees. Due to the IRS change, institutional reporting requirements under federal law, beginning with tax year 2018, are required to report in Box 1 the amount of qualified tuition and related expenses (QTRE) paid during the calendar year.
To learn more about the education credits, visit https://www.irs.gov/pub/irs-pdf/p970.pdf
We advise students/parents to consult with your tax professional regarding tax credits and laws.
Marist College Payment Plan
Recently our payment plan provider, Tuition Management Systems (TMS), was acquired by Nelnet Campus Commerce. They are one of the largest payment plan providers with partnerships with 1,300 campuses across the country.
Very soon you may start seeing materials, emails and social media with their logo encouraging you to sign up for a payment plan. Based on our continued commitment to help you more easily afford an education, we encourage you to watch for their materials.
A monthly payment plan allows you to spread your education expenses over smaller monthly installments, which are paid over the course of the semester.
We are pleased to partner with Nelnet Campus Commerce to provide this option for our students.
Please review the Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act FERPA Informational Guideline
Cost of Attendance Adjustment Procedures:
Health Insurance Plan Fee: Please contact the Office of Student Financial Services if you wish to include this expense in your cost of attendance.
Travel Allowance: Travel allowance may vary based on the student's state of residence. Please contact the Office of Student Financial Services to evaluate this allocation.
Policy information and outline of coverage can be found on the Allen J. Flood website.
Insurance Contact Information:
Phone # 1-800-734-9326