Tuition & Financial Aid

Flex MBA Tuition

Students of the Flex MBA Program at The College of William & Mary receive an exceptional MBA education with comparatively low tuition and fees. And the return on investment is undeniable. Our Flex MBA alumni reap the financial benefits of their Top-40 ranked degree over the course of their career, and the payback often begins with a promotion or new higher-level position before they have even completed the Program.

Part-time students in the Flex MBA Program enjoy the lowest MBA tuition of all Mason School of Business MBA programs. Flex MBA students pay per credit hour and are considered to be part-time as long as they take less than nine credit hours per semester. If a Flex MBA student registers for nine or more graduate-level credit hours during the Fall or Spring semesters, the College will automatically charge the full-time tuition rate, which is significantly higher than the part-time credit hour rate. In the summer semester, students may take nine or more credits at the part-time rate. There is a distinct financial advantage for our Flex MBA students. Interested in Flex Scholarships? Check out our NEW! Flex MBA 1693 Scholarship.

2017-2018 Academic Year

Tuition

In-state

Out-of-state

Per Credit Hour (less than nine per semester)

$825

$1,225

Six Credit Hours (typical semester load)

$4,950

$7,350

Fees

Student Orientation/Administrative Fee (billed with tuition)

$300
Flex MBA Association Dues (one-time fee) $85
Summer Session Administrative Fee (billed with tuition) $80
Graduation Fee $85

Annual increases in tuition and fees are announced each May by the William & Mary Board of Visitors, and take effect in August.

Virginia residents and military personnel at a permanent duty station must apply to receive in-state tuition status. Applications for in-state tuition privileges are due before the first day of classes for the term in which you plan to enroll as an in-state student.

Flex MBA Financial Aid

Flex 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: