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You Can Afford a Private Christian Education!


 
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The University of Mobile is a great value when comparing the average cost of attendance for other four-year private universities in the state of Alabama, throughout the southern region, and nationwide.

Why is the University of Mobile so affordable? We are committed to providing a private Christian education for as many men and women as possible, believing that the University of Mobile offers a unique combination of academic excellence, leadership experiences and opportunity for spiritual growth that prepares our graduates to make a real difference in the world. It's part of our philosophy of "Changing Lives to Change the World."

University of Mobile
Office of Financial Aid
5735 College Parkway
Mobile, AL 36613

Email: askfinancialaid@umobile.edu

Phone: 251.442.2239
Fax: 251.442.2498

Office Hours: Monday-Friday 8 am - 4:30 pm

 

Financial Aid Opportunities

Please know that our Enrollment Services staff is dedicated to helping you attain a quality, private education at a reasonable cost. The University of Mobile's tuition and fees are among the lowest of private Christian colleges and universities. Each year, UMobile awards nearly $4 million dollars in scholarships to help students pay for college with an average award package being $16,375.

We would be delighted to schedule an appointment with a financial aid counselor who can help guide you through the maze of estimating costs, applying for loans and answering your questions. Just let us know whether you would like to meet in person, or over the phone. Call us today at 251.442.2222 or email askfinancialaid@umobile.edu and we will be glad to set an appointment that fits your schedule.

 

Announcement

Beginning summer 2010, the University of Mobile will move from the current Federal Stafford Loan Program and begin participation in the Federal Direct Loan Program. This will affect ALL borrowers, both new and returning. The decision to move to Direct Lending will ensure availability of federal loans to students.