Payment Schedule for Class of 2019 (beginning January 2018)
$4,500 non-refundable deposit is due within 30 days of acceptance* in order to secure position in the cohort and is applied to the Semester 1 balance due.
|Semester 1: Due January 1||$18,780|
|Semester 2: Due June 1||$18,780|
|Semester 3: Due August 1||$18,780|
|Semester 4: Due January 1||$18,780|
|Semester 5: Due June 1||$18,780|
*For service members who are actively serving or for veterans who have served honorably in the armed forces of the United States and who will use Military or Veterans Affairs benefits to cover the $4,500 admission deposit may have the deposit requirement waived since Military/Veterans Affairs payments are not received by the institution until after the semester begins. The student is responsible for all program costs not covered by Military/Veterans Affairs benefits.
**Long-haul international flights for the required global immersions are not included in Program tuition and fees. Each student is responsible for booking and paying for two roundtrip airline tickets with an estimated budget of $1,500 per ticket or $3,000 total over the course of the Program.
In addition to any employer financial support and a student's personal funds, assistance in the form of federal loans is available to Executive MBA students. The only criteria for federal loans are U.S. citizenship and enrollment in a graduate school program. Students are eligible to borrow up to $20,500 in federal loans per year for a total of $41,000 over the 20-month period of the program.
The Executive MBA program is divided into two loan periods for students loans covering the majority of the first four semester payments. Beyond the student loans during these four semesters, Graduate PLUS Loans or private loans are also available.
The fifth and final semester payment may require a student to use personal funds or only Graduate Plus Loans and private loans as federal student loans are no longer available at this point.
Executive MBA students get financial support from their companies, the military and from student loans. Please contact the following offices for information on each kind of financial aid: