Paying for College

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Paying for College

Financial aid is available to help with education costs, and M State's financial aid staff is available to work with each student to develop a financial plan for attending college.

Financial aid typically includes scholarships, grants, work study and student loans. Of the students who enroll at M State seeking a degree, close to 83 percent receive financial aid to help them pay for college.

  • Scholarships are a great source of aid and don't need to be paid back.
  • Many students are eligible to receive state or federal grants of between $300 and $7,000 per year. Like scholarships, grants do not need to be repaid.
  • Work study jobs give you the opportunity to work on campus and earn money to pay for college. The jobs are often flexible and allow you to schedule your work hours around class and study time.
  • Many students are eligible for student loans, which must repaid after you complete your degree or discontinue your studies.

Click on the links to the left to explore the variety of funding sources that are available to you or to find answers to your questions about financial aid at M State.

Please note: When you're filling out the FAFSA (Free Application for Federal Student Aid), the M State FAFSA code is 005541.

Last modified: December 12th, 2016 at 01:50pm