Graduate Program Financial Aid
You are interested in a graduate program in SPU’s School of Business and Economics. What are the costs? Is there financial aid available to you?
Because of its distinctive structure as an 11-month intensive with a three-week study abroad component, the MASSM program has a unique cost structure and specific financial aid opportunities. You’ll find information on the program’s “Costs” page.
MBA and MS-ISM
Cost per credit varies slightly in the graduate programs, but you will find a full explanation of fees, payment policies, and financial arrangements in the SPU Graduate Catalog.
Although financial aid is limited at the graduate level. You are encouraged to apply by following these steps:
- Be admitted to the program. Graduate students must be taking at least 3 credits to maintain eligibility.
- Complete and submit the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) form annually.
- Be prepared to submit additional documentation to verify eligibility.
For more detailed information about loans and scholarships, visit Financial Aid for Graduate Students in the Graduate Catalog. You may also contact Student Financial Services.
Please note that Seattle Pacific University does not administer financial aid or scholarships to international graduate students.
Meet faculty, ask questions, and get the facts about SPU’s MBA, MS-ISM, MAM-HR and MAM-FB graduate programs at the April 22 Graduate Programs Open House to be held at the Washington Athletic Club in downtown Seattle.