There are various financial resources available to students enrolled in the full-time MSBA program at William & Mary in the form of scholarships and student loans. Merit scholarship for the MSBA Program is highly competitive and is based on an applicant's academic and personal achievements, not on financial need. Awards for merit-based scholarships are determined by the MSBA Admissions Committee based on the information submitted in the student's completed application and interview process. Additional financial aid is available through the campus Financial Aid Office.
The Office of Financial Aid administers a variety of student loan programs to help students finance a portion of their MSBA education. We also suggest applicants look at http://www.finaid.org/ for an exhaustive collection of information about student financial aid.
Loan eligibility for U.S. Citizens and Permanent Residents is determined by the information provided on the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA), which is submitted to the U.S. Department of Education. Entering U.S. MSBA students submitting their FAFSA to the Department of Education before March 1 will be given first priority in determining loan eligibility.
For more information about student loans including eligibility requirements, interest rates and fees and general application information, please contact the William & Mary Office of Financial Aid.
International applicants interested in student loan programs should investigate private loan programs in their home countries as well as in the U.S. William & Mary's Office of Financial Aid has information available on their website for private loans for international students who have access to a qualified co-signer. Please visit William & Mary's Office of Financial Aid for eligibility requirements, interest rates and fees, and general application information.