|2014-2015 Tuition||$800/credit hour|
|Non-refundable Residency Fee||$350|
For current program fees, click here. Matriculated students that experience a sudden change and find themselves in exceptional circumstances may apply to be considered for additional scholarship funding here.
A monthly payment plan is available from Academic Management Services (AMS) at 1-800-635-0120. Goucher accepts online payments, visit goucher.edu/Billing and click on Make an Online Payment link for details. Payments may be made by check, Visa, MasterCard, or American Express. Contact our Office of Student Financial Aid for information and assistance in financing your Goucher education.
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Incoming students may apply to transfer up to seven credits from approved graduate-level program or related courses successfully completed at accredited colleges or universities. The course content must be similar to that offered by the Master of Management program. Credit may not be transferred for [exceptions].
Students seeking transfer credits must submit a photocopy of course syllabus, catalogue description and other material that adequately describes the course to the director by the first day of the summer session. A transfer fee of $100 will be charged for each credit approved
You will receive a refund of your tuition based on when you withdraw from a course. A partial refund of payments may be made to students who withdraw from courses of their own accord. Any credit balance remaining after these adjustments to the student's account will be refunded. Institutional and federal aid as well as tuition and fees will be adjusted in accordance with the Federal Return of Title IV calculation. The Title IV calculation is based on the day of attendance as a percentage of total days in the semester up until 60%. For example, if a student drops a class after completing 20% of the semester, the student would be eligible for all but 20% of the tuition (or an 80% refund). After 60% of the semester has been completed, no refunds are rewarded.
- Before classes begin: 100% refund
- Up until 60% of the semester: Prorated refund based on Title IV refund policy
- After 60% of the semester: No refund
Obtaining and maintaining your financial aid is simple if you follow these steps:
- Complete the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) by March 15.
- Maintain the appropriate grade point average required for your awards
- Meet Satisfactory Academic Progress (SAP)
Failure to submit the FAFSA by the priority deadline may delay your award notification. We recognize that no two families and their circumstances are alike; as such, we will work with you and your family to decide on appropriate financing options for your individual needs.
- Federal Loan Public Service Forgiveness Questions and Answers
- Federal Government Funding Your Graduate Education
For more information on Financial Aid, contact Shirley Gray by email at email@example.com.