Transfers with one or more completed semesters of full-time university coursework are eligible for Mount Marty scholarships and gift aid. If you have not completed at least one full-time semester of university coursework, you can submit your high school GPA and ACT or SAT scores to estimate your minimum scholarships and aid (see Incoming Freshman).
Using your cumulative GPA, you can estimate the minimum amount of Mount Marty scholarships and gift aid you will qualify for using the chart below:
|2.0 - 2.49||$5,000|
|2.5 - 3.19||$8,000|
These academic scholarships are renewed each year as long as you remain a full-time student (at least 12 credit hours per semester) in good academic standing.
Other Scholarship Opportunities
Eligibility: Full-time, Yankton campus traditional student or transfer who will participate in intercollegiate athletics.
Application: Apply for admission and receive a recommendation from a Mount Marty coach.
Amount: Up to $2,000
Eligibility: Full-time, Yankton campus student or transfer who is Catholic, meets admission criteria, and demonstrate financial need.
Application: Apply for admission and complete the FAFSA.
Eligibility: Full-time, Yankton campus transfer student, this scholarship will replace a guaranteed academic scholarship.
Application: Apply for admission and complete the FAFSA. Priority date is October 1.
Eligibility: Full-time, Yankton campus student or a transfer who is interested in participating in art, band, theatre or choir.
Application: Apply for admission and indicate an interest on your application. You can share your interest with your enrollment counselor, who will put you in touch with professors and other students in your area of interest.
Eligibility: Full-time, Yankton campus students with a parent or grandparent holding a Mount Marty high school, undergraduate or graduate degree, or who currently have a sibling enrolled at Mount Marty University.
Application: Apply for admission. Student must indicate family member on their application.