Payment Plans & Student Accounts
For the 2023-24 academic year, the tuition is outlined below. Additional fees do apply. Please visit the Student Account website for the most updated information and details.
- Online ABSN program tuition is $18,700 per semester.
- Doctoral program tuition for Ed.D. and DBA programs is $1,275 per credit hour.
Financial Aid for Online Students
Financial Aid is available to those who qualify. You are solely responsible to research and complete all required steps, forms, and applications.
Funding can come from the federal government or private sources, such as banks or financial institutions. Some popular options are outlined below. We encourage you to research other sources of funding such as military and veteran benefits or scholarships from organizations.
The Marymount Payment Plan makes tuition and fees more affordable by splitting semester costs into up to five payment installments. This is available to qualifying students and can be combined with financial aid, interest-free.
There are a variety of methods for you to pay your university bill. For more information on payment methods or financial aid, eligibility and next steps, please contact Student Accounts.
Since the annual amount that can be borrowed in Federal Student Loans is limited, students may consider a Private Education Loan to help bridge the gap in their education expenses. This can cover tuition and also provide living expenses to meet other obligations while enrolled.
Federal student aid must be repaid and offer benefits that may not be available with private loans. These may include lower interest rates and several repayment plans that keep your monthly student loan payment affordable. To apply for federal student aid, a FAFSA form must be completed to determine eligibility at fafsa.gov.
Common federal aid for undergraduate students includes:
Common federal aid for professional (doctoral) students includes:
- Unsubsidized Federal Direct Stafford Loan - Eligible professional students may borrow up to $20,500 per school year.
- Direct PLUS Loan - Eligible parents and professional students who need to borrow more than the maximum unsubsidized loan amounts to meet their education costs may apply for a PLUS loan. This loan does not have a maximum limit but can be used for tuition, fees, books and living costs.