2020 Marist College Scholarships
Marist College net price is at $33,030.00 per year and will likely continue climbing like all colleges around the U.S. There are various ways to combat the steep rises in college tuition, and scholarships can be a key ingredient in reducing the overall cost of Marist College. Marist College awards an average of $26,000.00 to each student, which can help alleviate some of the financial burden. However, most families will need to find other sources of funding to bridge the remaining tuition gap. In addition to the annual tuition, Marist College students can expect to pay $N/A in housing costs and $N/A in meal plan costs - if you chose to live in the surrounding area of Poughkeepsie, then those costs could be even higher.
88% of full-time students receive local or institutional grants with an average award size of $15,637.00. Furthermore, 14% of students receive federal grants with an average amount of $5,304.00.
The numbers seem bleak and, truthfully, they are for most average American families. Luckily, the scholarships below are open to Marist College students, with the goal of helping to afford a college education. Some scholarships may be specifically provided by Marist College while others are open to Marist College students, though not exclusive to Marist College.
How much total award money and scholarships are available for Marist College students?
There are 15 scholarships totaling $43,500.00 available to residents. You can easily browse through all 15 scholarships below.
What types of scholarships are available for Marist College students?
Each scholarship below may have different requirements and guidelines. While some of the Marist College scholarships can only be used for specific purposes, many of them can be used for all types of expenses including supplies, tuition, room and board and more. Furthermore, this list can include Marist College study abroad scholarships, Marist College transfer scholarships, and Marist College merit scholarships.
Are these scholarships for Marist College study abroad?
At least a few of these scholarships below can be put toward Marist College study abroad. If the scholarship does not specify a specific purpose or use of funds, then it is most likely eligible. You can double-check with the scholarship provider to confirm.
What scholarships are available to Marist College transfer students?
The ScholarshipPoints and Scholarship Owl scholarships, at least, are open to Marist College transfer students and the funds can be put toward all types of expenses. Marist College transfer students face the same financial pressures as normal students, and scholarships providers are well-aware of the need for Marist College transfer scholarships.
Are these Marist College scholarships limited by major?
You’ll need to check each scholarship’s own guidelines to determine if it is restricted to a specific major. However, most scholarships in this database are open to all students - some scholarships may only be open to certain students based on geographic criteria or areas of interest but they should be clearly marked. Whether you’re a nursing student, honors student, engineering major, or studying another discipline, chances are you’ll find at least 1 scholarship for you.
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$1,000 Easy Money Scholarship
We love this scholarship because the name doesn't lie - it's easy money. Many scholarship applications make you jump through hoops and require tons of essays and questionnaires. This scholarship application could not be more simple and straightforward.
Applicant must be an incoming freshman student who is majoring in computer science or information technology and systems. Selection is based upon strength of curriculum and academic performance throughout high school, standardized test scores, supplemental essay, and interview with the dean and/or faculty from the School of Computer Science and Mathematics....Learn More
Theodore Gordon Flyfishers, Inc. Founders Fund Scholarship
Applicant must be a student enrolled, and who will continue to be enrolled during the award year in a full-time four-year undergraduate degree or graduate degree program at a member institution. Applicant must be majoring in an area of environmental studies such as but not limited to ecology, hydrology, conservation biology,...Learn More
Military Service Recognition Scholarships
Applicant must be a veteran or the child, spouse, or financial dependent of a member of the U.S. Armed Forces who while a New York resident, died or became severely and permanently disabled while engaged in hostilities or training for hostilities.Learn More
Regents Professional Opportunity Scholarship
Applicant must be beginning or already enrolled in an approved degree-bearing program of study in New York State that leads to licensure in a particular profession. Purpose of award is to increase representation of minority and disadvantaged individuals in New York State licensed professions.Learn More
New York State Scholarship for Academic Excellence
Applicant must be a U.S. citizen, a New York resident, and the top graduating senior of a New York state high school (maximum award), or other academically gifted student (minimum award). Applicant must be enrolled in a New York college for at least 12 credits. Selection based on Regents exam scores....Learn More
Aid to Native Americans
Applicant must be an enrolled member of a New York State tribe and their children who are attending, or planning to attend a college in New York State and are New York State residents. There is no qualifying examination. Awards are available for two-, four- or five-year programs.Learn More
Tuition Assistance Program (TAP)
Applicant must be a U.S. citizen or eligible non-citizen who is a New York resident studying full-time (at least 12 credits per semester) at an approved New York post-secondary institution. Applicant must be matriculated in an approved program of study, be in good academic standing, and meet income requirement.Learn More
Olivia M. Saylor Scholarship
Applicant must be a New York resident who is an undergraduate student attending a college or university in the state of New York wishing to pursue a career in the thoroughbred industry (includes, but not limited to equine science, equine business management, farrier school, and equine-related agriculture programs). Essay, two letters...Learn More