Graduate Financial Aid and Fees
About Financial Aid
Financial aid is available for graduate students. In order to qualify for financial aid, students are encouraged to file the FAFSA as soon possible after January 1, ensuring their application is processed before the February 15 priority deadline. When filling out the FAFSA, students must include the Mercy University code 002772. For more information on Financial aid, please visit our Financial Aid Page.
For the most up-to-date tuition and fee information please visit our Tuitions & Fees section.
Graduate Plus Loan
A Graduate PLUS Loan is a federally guaranteed loan that can be used to cover the cost of graduate school. Eligible students can apply by completing the FAFSA.
If you are looking for financial assistance at Mercy University, scholarships are the most desirable because they do not need to be repaid.
Additionally, many individuals, friends, alumni of the University, academic, professional, fraternal and business organizations and foundations have created their own scholarships to recognize and help you. All incoming students are automatically reviewed for merit-based scholarships based on their incoming academic criteria.
Scholarships require full-time enrollment (at least 6 credits per term for undergraduates).
*Scholarship recipients must file a complete FAFSA application (including verification documents if selected) for disbursement of scholarship funds.
Currently enrolled students may apply for one of our endowed scholarships. To apply online for a Mercy University Endowed Scholarship, please visit this link: Mercy University Endowed Scholarship Application. Please note, when applying online, you will need to upload your essay and signed letter of recommendation.