- Undergraduate Admissions Information
- Undergraduate Basic Financial Information
- Undergraduate Financial Assistance
- Undergraduate Degree Information
- Undergraduate Academic Regulations
- Graduate Admissions Information
- Graduate Financial Assistance
- Graduate Degree Information
- Graduate Academic Regulations
- Campus Resources
- Delivery of Services
- Online Catalog
Marywood University is committed to providing the highest quality education at an affordable price. Approximately 98% of our students receive some type of undergraduate financial aid in the form of scholarships, grants, loans and/or student employment.
Tuition and Fees
The official complete listing of tuition and fees can be found in the “Financial Facts for Students” brochure which is published annually and on the Cashier’s Office page on Marywood’s website marywood.edu/cashier.
The University reviews its fees annually and reserves the right to adjust fees when necessary.
Room and Board
Information on room and meal plans is available from the Office of Housing and Residence Life. Costs for room and meal plans are reviewed annually and can be found in the “Financial Facts for Students” brochure available from the Admissions Office or on the Cashier’s Office page on the Marywood website.
Other fees are assessed relating to academic program requirements such as nursing fees, aviation flight and private music lessons. Additional fees are also assessed for transcripts, graduation, student teaching, and for courses requiring special materials, equipment, or services.
Payment Terms, Deferment Options, and Refund Policy
Ordinarily, payment for each semester’s expenses is due approximately three weeks before the first day of classes.
All students are required to make full payment of all expenses by the specified due dates or at registration, whichever occurs later, unless an application is made for the monthly automatic payment plan or Employer Deferment option by dates specified by the Cashier’s Office.
Details regarding payment terms, deferment options/payment plans, current fees and the official refund policy are published annually in the “Financial Facts for Students” brochure, which is available on request from the Office of University Admissions, 570-348-6234 or 1-86-MARYWOOD.