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MFA

Tuition

The tuition per course listed below is based on the per quarter credit hour rate for courses taken between August 2019 through March 2020 ($595).

 Year One  Residency I  ENG 6210  Workshop I  3 credits  $1,785
   Residency I  ENG 6100  Art & Faith  3 credits  $1,785
   Quarter 1  ENG 6410  Tutorial I  6 credits  $3,570
   Quarter 2   ENG 6420  Tutorial II  6 credits  $3,570
   Residency II  ENG 6220  Workshop II  3 credits  $1,785
   Residency II  ENG 6310  Craft I  3 credits  $1,785
   Quarter 3  ENG 6430
 Tutorial III
 6 credits
 $3,570
   Residency Food & Lodging        $1,200
   Total - Year One 
       $19,050
           
 Year Two
 Residency III
 ENG 6230
 Workshop III
 3 credits   $1,785
   Residency III
 ENG 6320
 Craft II
 3 credits
 $1,785 
   Quarter 4
 ENG 6440
 Tutorial IV
 6 credits
 $3,570
   Quarter 5
 ENG 6450
 Tutorial V
 6 credits
 $3,570
   Residency IV
 ENG 6240
 Workshop IV
 3 credits
 $1,785
   Residency IV
 ENG 6330
 Craft III
 3 credits
 $1,785
   Quarter 6
 ENG 6460
 Final MS Tutorial
 6 credits
 $3,570
   Residency Food & Lodging
       $1,200
   Total - Year Two
       $19,050
           
 Year Three  Residency V
 ENG 6250
 Workshop V
 3 credits
 $1,785
   Residency V
 ENG 6500
 MS & Reading
 1 credit  $595
   Residency Food & Lodging        $600
   Total - Year Three
       $2,980
           
 Total Tuition
         $41,080

Financial Aid

For information about financial aid, visit SPU Student Financial Services, particularly Graduate Student Resources.

Contact Student Financial Services at 206-281-2061 or email sfs-info@spu.edu.

For information about student loan eligibility, visit the SFS loan page.

International graduate students are not eligible for federal financial aid; however, they are eligible for merit-based scholarships.