"Multnomah definitely meets you where you are. The grants and scholarships really help you out, but the things you learn are priceless."

Koby Krikac
Greek major
Aspiring Bible translator

Tuition & Financial Aid

A Multnomah education is an incredible value. Countless graduates have emerged as insightful scholars, compassionate leaders and agents of positive change. So can you.
But if you need help paying for your education, you’re not alone. More than 90 percent of our students receive some form of financial aid, and we offer a wide array of scholarships, grants and awards designed to meet your needs. A little math will surprise you, and our financial aid counselors will provide the guidance you need. Count on it.

Tuition and Fees

Financial Aid Checklist

You must be accepted for admission before we can grant any financial aid. We recommend you work on the financial aid process and the admission process at the same time.

These are the steps necessary to apply for financial aid. Be sure to complete these steps in the order in which they are listed.

  1. If you don’t have one already, apply for an FSA ID to be used as an online signature for your FAFSA. Retain your FSA ID for use each year.
  2. Fill out the FAFSA* ( Information from this application is used to determine if you're eligible to receive money from federal grant, loan, and work-study programs. In addition, it is used to evaluate some forms of institutional funding. Multnomah's school code is 003206.
  3. Visit MyFinaid ( to view and complete any other documents needed to process your aid. (Note: You cannot login to MyFinAid until Multnomah has received your FAFSA. Upon receipt, you will receive email confirmation from the Financial Aid Office instructing you further.)

*Remember: If you want to qualify for the highest amount of financial aid, fill out a FAFSA. While a FAFSA is not required for institutional aid, it is required for federal aid.