Students are encouraged to talk to counselors in the Student Financial Services Center about all of the aid options available. From scholarships and grants, to federal and private loans there are resources available to unite you with the opportunity to pursue your degree.
Mount Mercy’s financial aid award letter will serve as official notification of the student’s financial aid eligibility. The award letter, while not a commitment of funds, is an initial indication of state, federal, institutional, and outside agency funds available. The award letter will include the amounts of federal, state and institutional aid for which the student is awarded, and the award period.
To receive aid from the major federal student aid programs and in order to determine eligibility for institutional aid, a student must:
All federally funded programs are subject to change as a result of legislative action.
To be eligible for state financial aid programs, a student must be: a resident of Iowa (as defined by the State Board of Regents) and a United States citizen; or residing in the United States on a permanent visa; or a refugee (as defined by the U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services); and currently enrolled or planning to enroll at least part-time (3 hours minimum) in an undergraduate degree program.
Phone: 1-800-248-4504, ext. 6467 or 319-368-6467
Office: 112 Warde Hall