|Financing Your MBA|
Financing Your MBA
When making the decision to pursue your MBA, you are making an investment not only in yourself but in your future. You should approach this decision with a long-term perspective, assessing the value a MBA will bring to you personally and professionally.
At Limestone College, we strive to ensure our online MBA program is competitive in its educational offering and available to prospective students at a reasonable cost.
Most students rely on multiple funding sources, including personal resources, loans, sponsorships and company tuition reimbursement. To keep out-of-pocket costs at a minimum, Limestone College offers affordable solutions for textbooks with rental options available for most courses.
Our Financial Aid Office is at your ready to assist with exploring what financial aid options work best for you.
Limestone College offers MBA courses at reasonable and affordable rates.
*There is a $100 discount per credit hour for military students.
Limestone College is committed to helping our graduate students find ways to finance their education. Graduate students are eligible to receive Unsubsidized Stafford Loans, with the amounts not to exceed the cost of attendance budget for the program. If a student is not eligible for Stafford Loans due to reaching aggregate limits, he/she can apply for the Grad Plus Loan. Students can apply for the Grad Plus Loan online at www.studentloans.gov . You will need your 4 digit FAFSA PIN to log in. In order for us to consider you for these funds and to determine eligibility, please complete the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) no later than May 1st of each year. The FAFSA can be completed at www.fafsa.ed.gov . Be sure to indicate on the FAFSA that you are seeking a Master's Degree.
Graduate students can also apply for private education loans to help with the costs of the program, if they are not eligible for the federal Stafford Loans. We have compiled a list of preferred lenders which can be accessed via the Financial Aid Webpage under the "Quick Links" tab. From there, select the "Preferred Lenders" tab and follow the prompts.
Graduate students are not eligible for institutional scholarships or federal or state grants.