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Tuition for the William & Mary Online MBA and Online MSBA programs is charged per credit hour, and rates vary according to your program of choice. In addition to credit hour charges, a one-time, nonrefundable graduation fee will be charged after a "Notice of Candidacy for Graduation" is filed in your final term. Other charges may apply depending on your selected program. See individual program pages for more detailed tuition information.
Watch our Q&A video with William & Mary's senior assistant director of financial aid and our Admissions Advisors for detailed information about financial aid deadlines, billing dates, and loan and payment options, as well as answers to questions such as, "Can I determine if I'll be approved for loans before I apply?"
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William & Mary and the Raymond A. Mason School of Business proudly work to connect prospective students with financial aid for the Online MBA and Online MSBA programs. The William & Mary Office of Financial Aid offers the following informational resources to help you assess your financial aid options:
Contact the W&M Office of Financial Aid at email@example.com for more information about applying for financial aid as a graduate student. If you have any additional questions or concerns, please don't hesitate to contact an Admissions Advisor at 844-234-4075 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
In addition to any private or third party tuition support and scholarship you may secure, financial aid is also available in the form of federal or private student loans. The FAFSA (Free Application for Federal Student Aid) is required for federal loan eligibility and can be filed electronically at www.fafsa.gov. To ensure we receive your FAFSA submission details, please include our federal school code: 003705.
The Kyle J. Milliken Memorial Scholarship was created as a living memorial to honor Senior Chief Special Warfare Operator Kyle Milliken.
Senior Chief Milliken, a 15-year veteran of the U.S. Navy, was a decorated SEAL who completed seven combat deployments and multiple overseas contingency operations before he was killed in action in May 2017. In addition to his distinguished service record, Senior Chief Milliken was also a dedicated student in our Online MBA program, and we at William & Mary are proud to honor his commitments to both national security and personal development through education.
The Kyle J. Milliken Memorial Scholarship provides military students around the globe with the critical support they need while working toward a world-class management education. It is available only to W&M Online MBA students who are active duty or military veterans and have completed at least 16 credit hours in the program.
The Milliken Scholarship will be opening on Monday, May 13 at midnight EDT. It will close on Friday, June 14 at 11:59 p.m. EDT. Contact an Admissions Advisor if you would like to apply, or visit the application page.
To learn more about financial aid opportunities that may be available through your employer, the U.S. military or student loans, please contact one of the following representatives:
Please visit the W&M Student Accounts website for further information pertaining to financial aid refunds, 1098-T forms (sent to students who have paid qualified educational expenses) and other financial information related to your W&M student accounts.
*NOTE: William & Mary tuition waiver benefits are not eligible for use in our Online MBA program.
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