Estimated tuition, fees, and program costs for the Master of Athletic Training Program at Marietta College
Yearly MAT Costs
|Summer Session I Tuition:||$6,050|
|Fall and Spring I Tuition:||$10,450|
|Program Fees Year I:||$1,100|
Total for Year I $17,600
|Summer Session II Tuition:||$3,300|
|Fall and Spring II Tuition:||$10,450|
|Program Fees Year II:||$1,100|
Total for Year II $14,850
The above-listed fees are based upon the latest estimates available for the Class of 2024 (program years 2022– 2024). They do not include living expenses, malpractice insurance, health insurance, immunizations, books or computer costs. Malpractice insurance is procured by the Program for all athletic training students and annually added to their tuition. All students are required to carry major medical health insurance and proof of coverage is required upon matriculation into the Program.
Students who have completed a minimum of 92 credit hours, have been admitted into the MAT program, and are registered exclusively for graduate courses will be considered a graduate student for the purposes of enrollment, financial aid, billing, and reporting. Full-time enrollment for graduate students is 9 credit hours and half-time is 5 credit hours.
**Accepted students will be required to pay $250.00 non refundable deposit that will go towards summer 1 tuition.
**Marietta College does not currently offer graduate housing.
Billing Cycles for MAT Tuition
|Summer Tuition||Bill sent May 1||Payment due June 1|
|Fall Tuition||Bill sent July 1||Payment due August 1|
|Spring Tuition||Bill sent December 1||Payment due January 2|
College financial aid is administered by the Marietta College Financial Aid Office. Financial aid questions should be directed to the Office of Financial Aid, Marietta College, 215 Fifth Street, Marietta, OH 45750-9982, 1.800.331.2709.
Students applying for financial aid may do so by filing the Free Application for Federal Student Aid or FAFSA for each academic year of enrollment in which they wish to be considered for financial assistance.
If you are currently enrolled at Marietta College and have completed the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) for the current academic year, your application for financial aid for the summer session is not complete. You will need to update your FAFSA for the current academic year to reflect a change in your student status. After you've completed the spring semester, you will need to update your FAFSA to show that you are an independent, graduate student. You will also need to complete the FAFSA for the upcoming academic year to apply for financial aid for fall and spring semesters.
If you are currently enrolled at another college and have completed the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) for the current academic year, you will need to add Marietta College to the list of schools that you want to receive your processed information. Marietta College’s Title IV School Code is 003073. After you've completed the spring semester, you will need to update your FAFSA to show that you are an independent, graduate student. This must be added so that we will receive the results of your application. You will also need to complete the FAFSA for the upcoming academic year to apply for financial aid for fall and spring semesters.
If you have not completed the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) for the current academic year, you will need to complete it as soon as possible for both the current and upcoming academic years. Marietta College’s Title IV School Code is 003073. Make sure to include this so that we will receive the results of your application. Make sure to list yourself as an independent, graduate student. You will also need to complete the Entrance Counseling and Master Promissory Note for the Direct Loan.
Graduate students are eligible for the Federal Direct Unsubsidized Stafford Loan based on completion of the FAFSA. If you wish to borrow additional loans, you can borrow a Graduate PLUS Loan or an alternative loan from a private lender. If you are interested int he Graduate PLUS Loan, please complete the loan application, Entrance Counseling, and sign the Master Promissory Note. If you have questions about this process in general, feel free to contact Sam Metz in the Financial Aid Office at 740.376.4422 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Refunds for Withdrawals
The College may provide a partial refund only when the student receives written consent to withdraw or take a leave of absence from the Provost and the withdrawal or leave of absence takes place during the first five weeks of classes for the semester.
The date of withdrawal or leave of absence determines the proportion of tuition and student fees refunded: during the first week of the semester, 90 percent; second week, 80 percent; third week, 70 percent; fourth week, 60 percent; fifth week, 50 percent. The College will offer no refund after the fifth week of classes.