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Aid for Transfer Students

Students transferring to Marymount University are eligible for a number of grants, scholarships, and other forms of financial aid.

Unless otherwise noted, these scholarships are all for students pursuing their first bachelor's degrees.

Merit-Based Scholarships and Grants

 

Transfer Academic Scholarship
This renewable $6,000 scholarship is available for full-time, first-degree transfer students with 30 or more college credits and a cumulative GPA of 3.2 or higher. This scholarship is automatically awarded to any students that meet the criteria. Also, it is renewable, provided the student remains in good academic standing.

Phi Theta Kappa Scholarship
This renewable scholarship for up to $6,000 is available to first-degree transfer students who have been active members in their former institution’s Phi Theta Kappa chapter. Applicants should be enrolled full time and have at least a 3.5 GPA and 30 college credits. Priority consideration will be given to applications received by May 1. Later applications will be considered on a funds-available basis.

Phi Theta Kappa Scholarship application


CyberCorps Scholarship for Service
This scholarship, funded by the National Science Foundation, is open to undergraduate students pursuing a B.S. in Information Technology with a concentration in Networking and Cybersecurity, or a B.S./M.S. with an undergraduate concentration in Networking and Cybersecurity and a graduate concentration in Computer Security. The award includes an $8,000 stipend, full tuition and academic fees, a book allowance of $1,000, funding for conference attendance, and a paid summer internship. Upon graduation, the recipient will fulfill a two-year work commitment in the cybersecurity field with a federal, state, or local government agency or a federally funded research and development company. Undergraduates must be at least at the sophomore level in order to apply.

Contact Dr. Diane Murphy, program director, for application information and deadlines.


Clare Boothe Luce Scholarship for Women in Science and Mathematics
This competitive, renewable scholarship provides women majoring in Biology, Mathematics, or Information Technology (Computer Science specialty) with full tuition and room and board. Applicants should be U.S. citizens with a record of high academic achievement and an interest in teaching or research in math or science. Priority consideration will be given to scholarship applications received by February 1. Later applications will be considered on a funds-available basis.

Clare Boothe Luce Scholarship application


Honors Program Scholarship
Transfer students admitted to the Marymount University Honors Program may be eligible for an additional scholarship award. Admission to the program is very competitive. Applicants should have a 3.5 college GPA and a 1200 SAT (CR / M) or 27 ACT composite score. Priority consideration will be given to Honors Program applications received by February 1. Later applications will be considered on a space-available basis.

Honors Program application


Virginia Tuition Assistance Grant (VTAG)
Each year, the Commonwealth of Virginia determines a grant amount to be awarded to legal residents of Virginia who attend Marymount full-time. The grant amount for this year is estimated to be $2,500. Qualifying students should submit the VTAG application to the Office of Financial Aid by no later than July 31. Later applications will be considered by the Commonwealth on a funds-available basis.

VTAG application
VTAG factsheet

DC Tuition Assistance Grant (DCTAG)
The District of Columbia provides a renewable $2,500 grant to DC residents who attend Marymount full-time. This grant is awarded solely on the basis of DC residency, not on financial need. Qualifying students should submit the DC OneApp and required documents to the District of Columbia government by June 30. Later applications will be considered on a funds-available basis.

DC OneApp
DCTAG factsheet


Need-Based Grants, Loans, and Other Aid
Students with demonstrated financial need may qualify for additional financial aid from Marymount University or from federal, state, or local government sources. Additional information about Pell, SEOG, ACG, Perkins, Stafford, Parent PLUS, Work-Study, and other need-based financial aid programs can be found at the Office of Financial Aid.
 
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