Multnomah University



2015-2016 Tuition Costs

Grad School Courses - $540/credit
Fees - $160 per semester

**All cost figures reflect a 2.9% increase for the 2015-2016 academic year. For prospective students in the 2014-2015 academic year, please contact an admissions or financial aid counselor for more information on tuition and fees.

Financial Aid

Type of Aid Amount Intended For Add'l Information Deadline
Multnomah Grant up to $3,000 Full-time students with financial need Income restrictions apply; Complete financial aid process by deadline New: 8/1
Current: 7/1
Endowed Scholarship $1,000 Returning full-time students with 2.5+ GPA Income restrictions apply; Complete FAFSA & MyFinAid online application by deadline


MU Continuation Scholarship $1000 Multnomah University (undergraduate) graduates enrolled in full-time graduate school. Must have graduated in 2009 or later. Scholarship is renewable.  
Campus Visit Scholarship $500 Any full-time student who has participated in a "qualified visit" to Multnomah's Portland campus. A "qualified visit" is determined by the Admissions and Financial Aid departments. Scholarship is not renewable.  Schedule a campus visit.   
Johnson Teacher Ed Scholarship Up to $5,000 MAT students with 3.0 GPA; must be continuously enrolled full-time (without gaps in attendance) See brochure for details; a limited number of awards given annually Fall:
Stafford Loans - Unsubsidized Up to $20,500 Students enrolled at least half-time Accrues interest at rate of 6.21% (7/1/14-6/30/15); amount is limited by cost of attendance ASAP

Remember: A current FAFSA is required in order to receive any Multnomah or federal financial aid.