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Tuition, Financial Aid, & Scholarships

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Saint Louis University takes pride in being a “Best Buy” college according to U.S. News & World Report. The John Cook School of Business is committed to educational excellence in the Jesuit tradition. This commitment is validated by our scholarship programs that have been created to recognize academic excellence and to make Saint Louis University affordable.


Tuition & Financial Aid

The Cook School, in its efforts to maintain competitive and viable options for students, works hard to ensure that our programs are affordable so that every student has the opportunity to achieve success. For information regarding the upcoming academic year’s tuition rate and financial aid availability, please view Graduate Business Program Tuition & Financial Aid.


Scholarships

In addition to financial aid, the MACC program offers two types of scholarships to assist students with the cost of the program. Students admitted to the MACC program are eligible for both Merit-Based Scholarships, as well as Competitive Scholarships.

 

Merit-based Scholarships

A limited number of merit-based scholarships are available to applicants who are admitted to the Master of Accounting Program and plan to study on a full-time basis (12 credits per semester). All applicants who are admitted to the MACC program are considered for merit-based scholarships. No separate application is necessary. Students who are awarded a merit-based scholarship will typically receive $500 - $3,000 per semester for two semesters total.  Application deadlines for merit-based scholarships are:

 

Students beginning the MACC program during the fall semester must apply by March 31st to be considered for these scholarships.
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Students beginning the MACC program during the spring semester must apply by December 1st to be considered for these scholarships.  Dec   1st

 

Competitive Scholarships  

The Department of Accounting has worked hard to provide our students with scholarship opportunities. In addition to our merit-based scholarships, the Department of Accounting has several externally-sponsored scholarships that are available to full-time Master of Accounting students taking at least 12 credit hours per semester. These scholarships vary in amount and will be awarded in the spring for students entering their first or second semester of the Master’s program the following fall. Application deadline is April 1.  To apply for these scholarships, please fill out the SLU Master of Accounting Externally Sponsored Scholarship Application.