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Tuition and Fees

Tuition and fees are subject to change without notice.

 

 Costs

 Fall '21

 Spring '22

 Fall '22

 Total

 Tuition

 $20,815

 $20,815

 $20,815

 $62,445

 Campus Fees

 $2,510

 $2,510

 $2,510

 $7,530

 Total

 $23,325

 $23,325

 $23,325

 $69,975

There is also an additional International Student Fee of $35 that will be assessed.

Deposit

Applicants offered admission to the program must submit a non-refundable deposit of $1,750 to reserve a spot in the program. This deposit is a pre-payment of tuition and will be credited to your tuition bill during the second semester of classes.  

International applicants: For financial verification purposes, international applicants who are admitted are required to verify funding for the first 12 months, including tuition and other estimated living expenses, with the Declaration & Certification of Finances Form. A list of additional living expenses is available at the Office of the Registrar

 

Scholarships and Financial Aid

This MSF program offers a limited number of scholarships to program participants. Funding and scholarship options are available as follows:

Merit Scholarships

Scholarship allocations are made with particular emphasis on recruiting high caliber students from diverse backgrounds. All students are considered for Merit Scholarships. Decisions regarding scholarship awards will be made on or before May 1 of the enrollment year. Recipients will be notified via email.

Golden Scholarships

As a result of a generous donation by Dr. Mark and Mrs. Lee Golden in 2015, the MSF program is pleased to offer the MSF Golden Scholarship to two qualified MSF students per year to help cover a portion of their tuition expenses. Selection of recipients occurs after the first semester in the program is complete. Strong academic performance is the primary criteria for the selection of recipients. The Golden Scholarship is open to both domestic and international students.


Visit the Office of Student Financial Aid to see about other ways to pay your educational expenses.

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