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Cost & Aid

We know cost is a factor in deciding what college to attend. That’s why Milligan is very generous with financial aid and works to keep our costs below the national average while providing an excellent all-around student experience. We’ll work with you individually every step of the way to help investigate all the options available for financing your education.

Milligan offers a full complement of need-based and merit-based scholarships and grants. Combined with state and federal aid, many students often pay no more than they would to attend a college with a lower cost.


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Estimate Your Cost

Explore all options with scholarships and grants, estimate your actual cost using our cost calculator and then consider options to manage your balance.

The Milligan University Net Price Calculator is part of a carefully designed program that can help guide a prospective student through estimating their financial aid options. 

We’re here to help.

Milligan is committed to keeping college affordable for our students. We’ll work with you individually every step of the way to help investigate all the options available for financing your education.

Gus Morgan
Director of Financial Aid

Will Grable
Student Financial Services Counselor, students last name L–Z

Erica Stone
Student Financial Services Counselor, students last name A-K

Milligan University is a member of NASFAA (National Association of Student Financial Aid Administrators). The Milligan University Student Financial Services Office and staff  have adopted the NASFAA Code of Ethics and NASFAA Code of Conduct to insure good business practices in all day to day activities of the Student Financial Services Office. Copies of the Code of Ethics and Code of Conduct are available for review in the Student Financial Services Office.