The mission of the Office of Financial Aid is to ensure that all students have an opportunity to obtain a college education. Our goal of removing financial barriers and providing access to higher education is accomplished by providing financial literacy for our students. The office develops policies and procedures sensitive to the students’ needs through the highest level of customer service, complying with all federal, state, and University policies and regulations.
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|Friday||By appointment only|
Martin University School Code: 014975
File your 2016-2017 Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) online at www.fafsa.gov. List Martin University, Title IV School Code 014975 on your FAFSA. If you need assistance, contact the Martin University Department of Financial Aid at 317.917.3314 or email@example.com.
File your 2016-2017 Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) online at www.fafsa.gov. The FAFSA determines eligibility for all Federal and State aid. The FAFSA must be received by March 10th, to ensure consideration for the State of Indiana's full-time grant program.
NOTE: On May 27, 2016, the IRS released a statement warning students of a scam involving a bogus "Federal Student Tax". As provided in their statement, the scam is currently presented as "phone calls" from IRS impersonators demanding payment for a non-existent tax, the "Federal Student Tax". the IRS' statement includes further explanation of what the scam includes, how students and taxpayers can protect their information, and how the IRS is responding to the issue. More information on the IRS statement can be found on the IRS website at by clicking here.
Currently, the University requests all federal financial aid for students once per month. If your FAFSA was not processed, rejected, selected for verification, or has outstanding financial aid requirements at the time of disbursement, you will not qualify for aid until your application and outstanding issues are resolved.
Federal student aid is awarded with the expectation that you will attend school for the entire period for which your financial aid was awarded. If you receive a financial aid payment for a class or classes you have never attended, you must return that payment immediately to the University.
If you withdraw from all your classes before you have completed at least 60% of the semester, the University must determine what portion of your federal award(s) you are entitled to receive according to the Return to Title IV (R2T4) calculation. If you have received, or the University has received on your behalf, more federal student aids funds than the R2T4 calculation allows, you will have to repay any award amount to which you were not entitled.
The University typically requests eligible state aid recipients’ funds during the second part of the semester.
Martin University is authorized by the State of Indiana to offer educational programs beyond secondary education.
Students and prospective students who have a complaint against Martin University may seek to initiate the complaint resolution process with the Indiana Commission for Higher Education.
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|2017-2018 Cost of Attendance|
|2016-2017 Cost of Attendance|
|2015-2016 Cost of Attendance|
|2014-2015 Cost of Attendance|
Available Scholarships (updated 01/20/2017)
UNCF Scholarships: www.uncf.org
(Register online with UNCF and receive updated scholarship info.)
Other Scholarship Resource Links:
|Requirements for Scholarship Application Submission|
|2017-18 Verification Worksheet – Dependent Student|
|2017-18 Verification Worksheet – Independent Student|
|2017-18 Child Support Paid Worksheet|
|2017-18 Verification of Untaxed Income Form|
|2017-18 SNAP Verification Worksheet|
|2017-18 FERPA Form|
|2017-18 Financial Aid Application|
|Previous Academic Years' Financial Aid Forms|
|Selective Service Status Form|
|Financial Aid Eligibility | Satisfactory Academic Progress|
|Student Handbook and Code of Conduct|
|Default Management Guide|
|How to be a Responsible Borrower|
Frequently Visited Financial Information Website