MBA tuition is $995 per credit hour. MAcc and MSTax tuition is $975 per credit hour. Books and supplies average $100 per course and fees vary from $28 to $85 per semester.
*Totals below do not include books or fees.
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Graduate School of Business Scholarships
Scholarships in the Graduate School of Business provide financial assistance to students of high promise who demonstrate significant potential to benefit from graduate education.
- Acceptance into the Graduate School of Business
- Demonstrated financial need
- Good academic standing (minimum 3.0 GPA)
*The award is divided equally between the fall and spring semesters.
*Written communication skills will be evaluated by the Scholarship Committee.
- Complete and submit the application form with a cover letter by July 1, 2019 to the Graduate School of Business office (JP261).
- Submit two letters of recommendation. If you are employed, one of the letters should be from your employer.
- Submit a current resume
- Submit transcripts (unofficial copies are acceptable)
- Submit GMAT score (unofficial copy is acceptable)
*Note that resumes, transcripts, GMAT scores, and letters of recommendations will be pulled from your current file unless others are submitted.
Additional Scholarship Opportunities
Numerous students receive Graduate Assistantships (GA) working for the School of Business. GAs receive $15 per hour and work approximately 6-12 hours per week assisting a faculty or professional staff member. In order to be eligible for a GA, students must be registered for at least 6 credits during the semester in which the assistantship applies and have a US social security number. Applications for graduate assistantships are due with a current resume by July 1 for fall semester, December 1 for spring semester, and April 1 for summer semesters.
The Graduate School of Business and Gonzaga University offers a number of financial aid services. For the 2017-2018 academic school year, over 75% of MBA, MAcc and MSTax students received financial aid in the form of graduate assistantships, scholarships or student loans.
For an introduction to the Financial Aid Office and FAFSA, watch the video below.
Please contact the Financial Aid Office directly for more information, (509) 313-6582.
- Federal Subsidized Stafford Loan
- Federal Unsubsidized Stafford Loan
- Federal Graduate PLUS Loan
These are fixed interest rate student loans. The Stafford rate is fixed at 6.8% and the Graduate PLUS rate is fixed at 8.5%. Principal payments may be deferred while you are enrolled at least half-time. Three or more credits per semester is considered half-time for graduate programs. The minimum requirement for loan eligibility and continued deferment of principal.
Please visit https://studentloans.gov for more information.
Numerous banks offer private educational loan programs to further assist students and families with college expenses. All private educational loan programs are based on creditworthiness. Your lender may offer a type of private educational loan through their website that does not require school certification. Borrowing this type of private educational loan may have a serious negative impact on your existing financial aid package. Please contact the Financial Aid Office before borrowing on of these loans. The Financial Aid Office can provide you a list of lender options.
Tuition Benefits From Employers
Third Party Sponsors: If your tuition is to be paid by a corporate sponsor, we require proof of sponsorship. Contact the Student Accounts Office to confirm your classes.
Additional Campus-Wide Student Employment
Students interested in additional on-campus employment, outside of the School of Business, should contact the Student Employment Office upon arrival at Gonzaga. The Student Employment Office is located in College Hall, Room 126, Spokane, WA 99258-0072, Phone: (509) 313-6588.