A full explanation of tuition and fees is available on the Business Office website. The total cost of attendance is determined annually by the Office of Financial Aid and includes:
Tuition and fees payable to the institution
Books and supplies
Room and board
Personal costs, transportation
Housing and Meal Plan Rates
Housing rates are available on the Business Office website. Meal plan costs are included in the cost of on-campus living. Information on meal plans for commuter students is available on the Food Services website.
Net Price Calculator
Mississippi College's net price calculator is designed to help you estimate your financial aid package.
Refund Policy and Return of Title IV Funds
University policies regarding refunds may be found in the University Catalog. Federal regulations may require withdrawing students to return Title IV funds to the university. Information about this requirement may also be found in the University Catalog.
Satisfactory Progress Standards
Federal regulations and Mississippi College policies require that financial aid recipients make satisfactory academic progress. This means that you must proceed toward successful and timely completion of your degree requirements. The financial assistance programs affected by the satisfactory academic progress requirements include all federal and state programs. If you receive funds from any of these programs, you must demonstrate and maintain satisfactory academic progress or you will face financial aid probation, denial of aid from these sources, or both. If you receive scholarships that are based on merit, you must also comply with any distinct academic requirements associated with the scholarship(s).
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