Grants at Mount Mary
In addition to merit scholarships for full time undergraduate students at Mount Mary University, some students qualify for other grants.
A grant is a form of gift aid that you do not need to repay as long as you complete the term for which it was given.
Grants can come from the federal and/or state governments or Mount Mary University and are based on FAFSA information and other eligibility requirements. Amounts of grants are subject to change each year, depending upon availability of funds and eligibility.
To apply for grants, you must complete the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) and demonstrate need (as determined by the FAFSA). Other federal and/or state requirements may apply. Learn more about how to apply for financial aid.
Grants for Undergraduate Students
- Federal Pell Grant—up to $6,895 annually
- Federal Supplemental Educational Opportunity Grant (SEOG)—up to $4,000 annually
- Wisconsin Grant (formerly Wisconsin Tuition Grant or WTG)—up to $4,100 annually
- Wisconsin Talent Incentive Program Grant (TIP)—up to $1,800 annually
- Indian Student Assistance Grant –- up to $1,100 annually
- Minority Undergraduate Retention Grant – up to $2,500 annually
- Hearing/Visually Impaired Student Grant – up to $1,800 annually