Tuition and Tuition Assistance
The priority deadline to apply for the tuition assistance program for the 2020-2021 school year is February 16, 2021. After this date, assistance will be offered as available funds allow.
Questions? Contact Sue Fahey or call 541-485-7879.
Guided by our mission and our commitment to be a welcoming community, we strive to offer financially accessible tuition rates. For the 2021-22 school year, the tuition is $12,950 per student.
Families that apply for the program will pay tuition within the assistance range. The amount will be determined based on several factors including income, family size, monthly expenses and other financial resources such as retirement balances or other assets. Those with greater financial need will be offered tuition assistance and/or tuition work grants to help meet their tuition obligation. In addition, students may apply for need-based scholarships through the Marist Foundation.
If you are concerned about paying tuition at Marist, we encourage you to apply for the tuition assistance program. Your financial information will be evaluated by a third party, FACTS Grant & Aid Assessment, as well as the school’s tuition assistance committee. Your tuition and any additional need for assistance will be determined based on this analysis. Tuition contracts (and award letter, if applicable) will be mailed mid-March.
Through the generous support of our donors, we are able to set the tuition range below the actual cost per student estimated at $14,750 for 2020-21. Those with the financial means are asked to consider paying the full cost per student of $14,750. The difference of $1,800 above our top tuition rate makes a huge impact on school programs and is also a tax-deductible donation.
Fall 2021 Tuition Contracts and Registration
Acceptance packages are mailed March 15, 2021. Signed tuition contracts with the full registration fee are due April 2.
Your tuition also covers the technology that is integral to our academic program and your student's extra-curricular activities (including sports). Marist offers 22 courses for which students receive an LCC transcript (college credit) at no additional cost.