83% of Marietta students receive need-based financial aid; the average package is over $27,500.

91% of freshmen & transfers receive some form of financial aid.

To be considered for need-based grants, loans, and employment opportunities, students must:

  1. Be admitted to the College
  2. File the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA). Be sure to send Marietta your aid information. Our FAFSA number is 003073.

Office of Student Financial Services
1-800-331-2709
740.376.4712
Fax: 740-376-4990
Email: finaid@marietta.edu

Admission inquiries
Office of Admission 800-331-7896
Email: admit@marietta.edu

About Feature 1

Cost of Attendance

During the summer preceding the academic year, each student receives a complete bill for tuition and fees. Scholarship and grant awards from Marietta College and federal and state sources are noted on college bills. Outside awards, campus jobs, and loans are not shown as credits until funds are received.

Advance payment is required.

Marietta College's students and families have a variety of options for making payments. For more information, read When financial aid doesn't cover everything

2014-15 Costs

Tuition: $32,215
Student Activity Fee: $685
Health Center: $240
Room
Traditional residence hall room:
Suites:
Apartments:

$5,995
$7,066
$7,386
Board: $4,400

Total: $43,535 to $44,926

Net Price Calculator

To obtain an estimate of what your family will pay if you choose to attend Marietta College, use our Net Price Calculator. This Net Price Calculator is designed to estimate the costs for first-time freshman from the U.S.A. who are enrolled full-time and living on-campus. If you have questions about the calculator for affording a Marietta education, please contact our Student Financial Services Office at 740.376.4712 or 800.331.2709 or by email at finaid@marietta.edu.

Indirect Costs

An estimated allowance of $2,616 for personal expenses, travel and books brings the average cost of attendance to $46,151 for the year.

Variables such as different room charges for singles, upperclass suites or apartments, choices in personal expenses, and distance from the college affecting travel costs may change this total. You can contact the Student Financial Service Offices for complete details and a breakdown of indirect expenses.