Financial aid for Reno-Tahoe students
Financial Aid can be an important part of paying for college. Nearly everyone is eligible to receive some form of aid, whether you have financial need or not, and Multnomah Financial Aid is here to assist you achieve your goals.
The information provided here pertains to undergraduate students enrolling at Multnomah University’s Reno-Tahoe campus for the first time in Fall 2018 or Spring 2019.
You must be enrolled in at least half-time (6+ credits) to receive a Federal Stafford Loan. Priority consideration is given to students who are admitted and have a valid FAFSA on file by August 1st.
Federal financial aid
|Type of Aid||Amount||Intended For||Details||Deadline|
|Federal Pell Grant||Up to $5,920||Students with high need according to FASFA||FAFSA is required to determine Pell eligibility. Complete financial aid process as soon as possible.||ASAP|
|Stafford Loans - Subsidized||Up to $5,500||Students enrolled at least half-time; restrictions apply||No interest while enrolled at least half-time; based on need according to FAFSA||ASAP|
|Stafford Loans - Unsubsidized||Up to $2,000||Students enrolled at least half-time||FAFSA required. Accrues interest at rate of 4.45%.||ASAP|
|Stafford Loans - Additional Unsubsidized||Up to $5,000||Students who are enrolled at least half-time; must be independent, or a dependent with parent denied PLUS||FAFSA required. Accrues interest at rate of 4.45%.||ASAP|
|Parent PLUS Loan||Varies||Dependent student whose parent is approved by a basic credit check||FAFSA and Parent PLUS Loan Application required. Amount varies based on credit; accrues interest at rate of 7.0%; loan is taken by parent.||ASAP|
2018-19 tuition and fees
For students taking less than six credits per semester, the technology fee is reduced to $60.