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Funding Your Marymount Degree
We work hard to be affordable to a diverse student body and help quali ed applicants earn a Marymount education. About 87% of our students receive  nancial assistance, and you may be surprised how reasonably priced a Marymount education really is.
2017-2018 COSTS*
Undergraduate Tuition
Full-time (12-18 credit hours/semester): $29,950
Undergraduate students taking 11 or fewer credit hours pay $910 per credit hour.
Room and Board
Per semester, double occupancy: $13,080
Technology Fee: $276
Student Activity Fee: $200 per semester New Student Fee: $450
*2017-18 costs are for planning purposes. Actual rates may vary.
A Wealth of Financial Aid Options
Every year, Marymount students receive about $16 million in grants and scholarships. Visit to see some of your options. They include:
The Virginia Tuition Assistance Grant (VTAG), given regardless of need to Virginia residents attending a private college or university in Virginia.
D.C. Tuition Assistance Program (DCTAG).
Merit awards like the National Science Foundation scholarships in information technology with focus on cybersecurity.
Many other awards based on combinations of merit,  nancial need, academic interests, and volunteer service experience.
Marymount participates in the Yellow Ribbon Program to help support military personnel and their dependents.

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