Financial Assistance

Financial Assistance for IMRI Students

The International Marian Research Institute financial assistance is provided once per term, i.e. up to three times a year, per applicant. Offers of aid will apply only to the term specified and are not renewed automatically, although aid requests may be submitted for subsequent academic term. 

Applicant must be accepted and registered for courses in the S.T.L. or S.T.D. programs at the International Marian Research Institute at the University of Dayton. Students seeking a certificate are not eligible for financial aid. 

Applicant must be a full-time or part-time student taking at least 3 credit hours each semester. Writing the doctoral dissertation can count as 3 credit hours of MRI 790 Dissertation Guidance toward the 12 credits required for graduation.

If already in the program, applicant must be in good academic standing, including no incomplete courses from a previous term, and a minimum grade point average of 3.0


Grants are to be applied only to courses taken for academic credit.

Grants will not exceed the costs of tuition based on a maximum of 18 quarter credits per semester. At $475 per quarter credit, tuition for 18 quarter credits would be $8,550.

Grants are limited to three years.


Applications are due on the following schedule that is one month before the start of the University of Dayton semester, e.g.: For Spring 2019, the application must be filed between October 30, 2018 and December 14, 2018.

If the applicant chooses not to submit this application online, completed applications can be printed and mailed to: 
The Grant Committee
International Marian Research Institute University of Dayton
300 College Park
Dayton, OH 45469-1390 

The grant committee of the International Marian Research Institute will review applications after the deadline and reply at least two weeks before the start of the University of Dayton semester.


Application

Please fill out and submit the this form by the deadline specified. Thank you.

CONTACT

International Marian Research Institute


300 College Park
Dayton, Ohio 45469 - 1390
937-229-4214
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