William & Mary provides our students with exceptional academic programs, comparatively low tuition and fees, and a compelling return on investment.
To determine your eligibility for In-State tuition, refer to William & Mary's In-State Residency guide. A new In-State Tuition request must be submitted directly to the Registrar, and is required even if you have already been recognized as an In-State student during your undergraduate studies.
Merit scholarship for the MAcc program at William & Mary is based on an applicant's academic and personal achievements, not on financial need. Please visit the Office of Financial Aid for additional information.
Graduate Assistantships (GAs) offer students an excellent opportunity to work with faculty and staff at the Mason School of Business. GAs are expected to work ten hours a week and receive $4,000 for the academic year, or work five hours a week and receive $2,000 for the academic year. Applications are available to admitted students during the spring prior to their arrival on campus.
For additional financial aid resources, visit http://www.finaid.org/