Scholarships & Assistantships


All MBA candidates are considered for institutional scholarships awarded by the Master of Business Administration program. Awards are distributed based on criteria that include, but are not limited to, academic achievement, test scores, professional experience, leadership, and community involvement or military service.

Although GMAT/GRE scores may be waived, a student must submit a test score to be considered for scholarships offered by the MBA program.

Graduate Assistantships

Graduate assistantships (GAs) are part-time, hourly funded campus jobs that provide support roles for faculty and staff within the university. Typically, GAs help professors in instructional responsibilities associated with teaching or research. Other assistantships may work with a campus office to provide support for special projects or advancing the general mission of the department.

The MBA program offers a limited number of part-time assistantships to MBA students. The maximum award is $7,000 paid hourly over the ten-month program. Assistantships have been awarded for MBA candidates to work in the Office of Tourism Analysis, Carter Real Estate Center, Department of Athletics, Department of Management and Marketing, among others.

Financial Aid

Federal grants and loans are available to graduate students who qualify. Complete the FAFSA form as soon as possible to determine eligibility and award amounts.


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