How to Afford Business School as a Broke College Kid

Monday, May 1, 2017

We’ve all been there: Finally accepted into our top choice business school, daydreaming about new schedules, a new future career roommates and excitedly choosing which professors to take for which courses. You’re ready to commit, but then you see the price tag…

After all the applications, testing, interviews and waiting, for it to go to waste because you can’t afford tuition would be devastating.

Applying for financial aid is sometimes a necessary step business school graduate and undergraduate students need to take in order to attend their dream university. Luckily, the University of San Diego makes the process quick and easy.

In the last year alone, USD provided more than 74 percent of undergraduate students with financial assistance totaling over $155.81 million. Most of the financial aid awarded to undergraduate students is in the form of scholarships and grants. Scholarships are available to graduate business students too, and sometimes tuition can be discounted based on unique circumstances.

Many undergraduate and graduate students decide to take out student loans to help pay for their bachelor’mypos degree or MBA, or apply to work on campus.

What ever route you decide to take, the University of San Diego School of Business is dedicated to providing incoming students with the necessary assistance needed to make your experience possible.

Contact:

Amy Schmitz
amyschmitz@sandiego.edu
(619) 260-4658