Office of Financial Aid
Morgan State University considers the health and welfare of our campus community and guests to be of the utmost importance. While there are currently no confirmed cases of the coronavirus (COVID-19) at Morgan State University, the Office of Financial Aid will not be offering face to face services until further notice.
Please be assured that while working remotely, we will continue to provide all of our usual services, including processing and awarding aid for the upcoming 2020-2021 school year. If you are submitting any documentation, please email or fax to our office. The fax number is 443-885-8272 and the email address is email@example.com. All individual staff email addresses can be found at https://www.morgan.edu/financialaid under the "Our Staff" tab.
Thank you for your patience during this time.
Welcome to the Office of Financial Aid at Morgan State University. Here you will find information about how to get in touch with us and how to afford your education including the types of financial aid available, how to apply for financial aid, tools and resources for financial success.
Investing in Your Future
Furthering your education is an investment. CollegeBoard found that in 2018, the average income of full-time workers with a bachelor's degree was 61% higher than their peers with only a high school diploma. Those with a graduate and professional degrees earned even more on average. You can view more of CollegeBoard's research here.
There are many options available to fund your education such as grants, scholarships, loans, and our payment plan. Options can be combined to fit your unique situation.
Support and Guidance
We are here to help you navigate the application process and explore the options available to help you pay for college. Our office is open Monday - Friday 8am - 5pm except when the university is closed. You can visit us in person, call us, or email us.
Learn about costs, financial need, important terms, and access our Net Price Calculator.
Learn about eligibility requirements and how to maintain your eligibility including minimum enrollment status, how withdrawals can impact your aid, and Satisfactory Academic Progress (SAP).
Learn about the many types of aid available such as grants, scholarships, loans, and student employment.
Learn how to apply for aid including completing consortium agreements to take courses at another institution.
Learn how to inform us of special circumstances you may be experiencing and how it may impact your aid.
Financial Success Today and in Your Future
Learn about budgeting, credit cards, credit scores, student loan repayment, identity theft, scams, and money tips
Learn about student loan repayment options and what happens if you fail to make payments.
Learn how to fulfill service obligations and what happens if you fail to complete your service obligation.
Office of Financial Aid
Montebello Complex, Rm. A-203
1700 E. Cold Spring Lane
Baltimore, Maryland 21251