Financial Aid

Financial Aid

Financial aid opportunities at Muskingum University differ based on the program of study. To learn about financial aid that may be available to you, please click on the category below which best describes your program of study.

* Federal Student Loan Repayment *

Because of legislation passed by Congress, the student loan payment pause is ending. Interest resumes on Sept. 1, and payments are due in October. Borrowers can lower their payments, even to $0, by enrolling in the new SAVE Plan. Learn how the Administration is supporting borrowers. Preparing for loan repayment is the first step. Take a look at this helpful guide "6 ways to Prepare for Student Loan Repayment to Begin Again." from the Department of Education to help you get ready for repayment. 

Traditional Undergraduate Students

Information for entering and continuing students pursuing their first bachelor's degree who plan to take the majority of their classes during the day. Click here.

Muskingum Adult Students

A bachelor's degree program designed primarily for adult students who have earned a significant amount of academic credit toward a bachelor’s degree, who find that online classes best meet their needs. Click here.

Graduate Students

Information for students pursuing the Master of Occupational Therapy (MOT), Master of Applied Leadership (MAL), Doctor of Applied Leadership (DAL), Master of Business Information Systems (MBIS), Master of Arts in Education (MAE), Master of Arts in Teaching (MAT) as well as students taking coursework needed for additional teacher licensure. Click here.

International Students

Involves the standard Undergraduate academic program, but the financial aid opportunities are distinct. Clicking here takes you to Muskingum’s International Student Programs pages.

Non-Degree Students

For students who hold a bachelor's degree but who are taking additional undergraduate courses for purposes of obtaining teacher licensure, students who are pursuing a second bachelor's degree, post-secondary options students and transient students. Click here.


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