Tuition and Financial Aid
We take pride in the University of Mount Union’s affordable education. No matter your financial background, we’re striving to make our high-quality education accessible to you. We believe in a personalized approach: to the classroom, student life, and financial aid.
We’ll tailor your financial aid package to your situation, taking care to minimize the debt you’ll carry after graduation. And once you graduate, that high-quality education will start paying dividends: we’re one of Money Magazine’s “best colleges for your money.”
Undergraduate and Graduate Tuition and Fees
Invest in your future—and understand your investment. The University of Mount Union’s tuition and fees are competitive and far-reaching: your costs as a student will pay off in a lifetime of success that builds on your solid university education (we’re ranked #10 in U.S. News and World Report's list of top regional colleges in the Midwest!). Our staff can walk you through every aspect of our tuition and fees, financial aid opportunities, the college payment process, and our campus financial literacy resources.
Review Mount Union’s tuition and fees for all undergraduate and graduate programs.
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Financial Aid Opportunities
Navigating paying for college can feel like a major challenge, but the Mount Union financial aid team is dedicated to helping you understand every step of the process. With a mix of scholarships, grants, Federal Work Study, loans, and our pioneering Raider Ready program, your high-value education can become accessible and affordable.
To get started, learn more about applying for financial aid.
Scholarships and Grants
Scholarships and grants from Mount Union and state, federal, and private sources can contribute to your education, and you don’t have to repay them! These types of financial aid are usually awarded based on financial need, academic merit, and other personal factors.
We can help you find and apply for various federal, state, and private loan opportunities—financial aid that you will repay after you graduate. Loans can be allocated based on a variety of factors, including financial need and academic standing.
Federal Work Study
The Federal Work Study program empowers you to earn an income through jobs related to your academic program or community service. The program is need-based, and you will be responsible for finding work with an eligible employer.
Our new Raider Ready program covers the cost of all textbooks, lab manuals, access codes, and other academic resources for most University of Mount Union undergraduate students.
Connect with Mount Union’s Office of Student Financial Aid
Through scholarships, Raider Ready, and assistance connecting you with other federal, state, and private financial aid, Mount Union is dedicated to supporting you through the sometimes-intimidating process of investing in your education.
Request information to learn more about planning for college, or contact us at the Office of Student Financial Aid: