State aid programs
If you are a resident of Massachusetts, you may be eligible for a range of state grant and loan options to help you complete your financial aid plan. For students living outside of Massachusetts, we also urge you to review your state’s aid options, as states often have reciprocity agreements with Mount Ida College. These programs, along with federal, institutional and private scholarships and loans are ways to help you and your family make your private college education at Mount Ida affordable and within reach. Please note that Massachusetts has reciprocity with other state grant programs such as Vermont, Rhode Island, Connecticut and Pennsylvania that allows funding to students who are from their home state attending a Massachusetts college.
If Massachusetts is your state of legal residence and you demonstrate financial need in your filed FAFSA, you may be eligible for a state grant. You should complete the FAFSA and review requirements and deadlines set forth by your state.
Eligible students are awarded once the state identifies students for the College to review. Your tuition account is credited once your enrollment is certified after the add/drop period each semester and stabilization has occurred.