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.
Financial Aid Staff
Applying for Financial Aid at Martin University is Easy!
Beginning October 1 every year, file online at www.fafsa.gov.
Martin University's Federal Title IV School Code is 014975.
The FAFSA must be received by April 15 every year to be considered for State Financial Aid. For more information click here
Types Of Aid
GRANTS – based on need, does not have to be repaid.
LOANS – low-interest loans that must be repaid.
SCHOLARSHIPS – can be need-based or merit-based; does not have to be repaid.
FEDERAL WORK-STUDY – part-time student employment located on- or off-campus.
VETERAN'S BENEFITS – educational benefits provided to qualifying veteran’s and their family in collaboration with the U.S. Department of Veteran’s Affairs and State of Indiana.
General Eligibility Requirements (not all inclusive)
Have a SSN
Be a U.S. Citizen or eligible non-citizen
Have a high school diploma or GED
Demonstrate financial need
Meet Satisfactory Academic Progress (SAP)
Enroll as a regular student in an eligible degree or certificate program
Complete Verification (If Required)
Must not be in default on any federal loans or owe a refund of federal grants
Martin University Forms
Register online with UNCF and receive updated scholarship info. www.uncf.org
State Financial Aid
Scholartrack – create an account and apply for State financial aid.
Other Helpful Websites:
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 and may result in you having to repay any award amount to which you were not entitled.
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.
Federal student aid is awarded with the expectation that you will attend school for the entire period for which your financial aid was awarded.