Professional MBA: Two-Year in South Florida
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Additional university fees may apply. Prices subject to change. Cohorts on a per credit hour basis may be off a few cents due to rounding. Late fees may be assessed on delinquent accounts. Students participating in a Global Immersion Experience will incur additional charges.
The deposit will apply only to term 8 program costs. It is nonrefundable if you do not complete the program. Late fees may be assessed on delinquent accounts.
- Last day to withdraw with full term refund is approximately 5 business days after the first day of class.
- Last day to withdraw with 25% term refund is approximately 4 weeks after the first day of class.
Contact the MBA Office for term specific withdrawal deadlines.
Financing your MBA
How you finance your MBA is an important factor in your MBA experience. We have resources available to help answer your financial aid, GI Bill, and scholarship questions. General financial aid information, including the FAFSA application, is available through the University of Florida’s Office of Student Financial Affairs (SFA). In a collaborative effort between the Hough Graduate School of Business and SFA, two dedicated financial aid coordinators reside within Hough Hall are available to assist prospective and current MBA students.
You may apply for financial aid even before you are admitted into the program; however the determination and processing of your loan will not occur until you have been admitted. The Office for Student Financial Affairs is responsible for determining eligibility and the processing of any financial aid offered to University of Florida students.
The University of Florida requires any student who wishes to be considered for a federal student loan to complete the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) on the web. Students must either be a U.S. Citizen or Resident Alien in order to be eligible for federal student loans.
You can check the status of your financial aid online through ONE.UF – The University of Florida Integrated Student Information System. Additional information regarding financial aid for graduate students can be found on the SFA website.