An Investment in the Future
When your family chooses to send a student to Millikin University, you will not simply be paying for a four-year private education; instead, you will be making a valuable investment that will affect the rest of his or her life.
We at Millikin are committed to working with families to find ways in which to manage the cost of this valuable education, with student financial aid packages that include academic scholarships, loans, government assistance, and student employment.
And you won't be alone in seeking financial aid. The majority of Millikin students—98% of them—receive over $50 million in student financial aid each year from a variety of sources. Student financial aid at Millikin is awarded on the bases of academic merit, talent, and financial need.
We hope the information you find here will provide you with the knowledge and tools needed to research, plan, and prepare the way to see your student's education at Millikin become a reality. We welcome you to contact the Student Service Center with questions or comments.
*** FAFSA 2014-15 - ALERT***
We were notified on February 25, 2014:
The Illinois Student Assistance Commission is suspending the 2014-15 Monetary Award Program (MAP) Grants - for all students whose initial 2014-15 FAFSA is received after midnight, February 27, 2014. FILE YOUR FAFSA TODAY!!!!
Need help filing the 2014-15 FAFSA??
FAFSA filing assistance available - each Friday in February - more information, dates and times.
FAFSA Time 2014-15 - Be sure to file your 2014-15 FAFSA early! Remember - You will use your 2013 taxes. If you complete the 2014-15 FAFSA before your taxes are complete, you can use estimated figures. Once your Federal Taxes are completed, you can go back online and correct with accurate figures by using the IRS Data Retrieval function. Notice to all Illinois Residents - early filing is very important for the MAP Grant!!
1098-T Now Available
We are happy to let you know that your 1098-T is now available to be viewed via MU Online. To access your 1098-T for 2013, log on to MU Online - click on Student Services - student records - select tax year - enter 2013 - submit and then click tax notification.
Effective Thursday, January 2, 2014 the Student Service Center will no longer be accepting credit card payments in person or over the phone. In person payments will be cash or check only. If you would like to make a credit card payment, you may do so online in the MU Account Suite.