92%
of graduates are employed—and earning money—within six months.
$15k
Average saved on tuition per year
by starting your bachelor's degree with us, compared to eight area colleges
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"Financial aid made my life easier because I was able to earn my degree without delays due to cost."
Dave J.
Marketing Graduate

3 main ways to pay for college:

 - free money

 - your money

 - their money

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Dare to compare

Numbers speak volumes. Compare our average annual tuition (2021-2022) to other area schools.

(Source: College Navigator)

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Add it up
See how much you can expect to pay for school, materials and living expenses.

If you've got the will...we've got a way to pay!

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"Madison College is extremely affordable. They have multiple programs for scholarships. They have grants. They have financial aid. Madison College cares about you."

Eboni

Early Childhood Graduate

Take advantage of these resources.

Contact our financial services staff for help.

Financial Aid

Apply for federal, state and direct funds to cover the costs of school. Completed the FAFSA—Free Application for Federal Student Aid to get started. Financial aid is awarded via:

  • Grants (money you don't have to pay back)
  • Work study (campus jobs for extra cash)
  • Subsidized loans

Scholarships

Money you don't have to repay? Yes, please! Check out Madison College scholarships today!

Direct / Private Student Loans

These are funds you won't get through the financial aid process. Repayment terms and interest rates will vary by source.

Veterans Benefits

Credit for Prior Learning

Earn College Credit in High School

Save even more thanks to our Textbook Rental program

You don't have to spend hundreds of dollars on textbooks for class. Our Textbook Rental program allows you to pay one significantly smaller flat fee based on your credit load. Just check out textbooks when classes start and return at the end of the semester.
 

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"I was a nontraditional student and dislocated worker. Madison College helped me with my financial aid so that I got a Pell grant and scholarships."
Joel D.
Auto Collision Graduate
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