Earning your MBA is one of the greatest commitments and most significant investments of time and money you will ever make. The Graduate School of Management and Office of Financial Aid offer comprehensive financial assistance to enable you to enroll in the UC Davis MBA Program. Browse to learn more about billing, payment options, scholarship opportunities, financing your MBA and more.
Sacramento Part-time MBA Program
Fees for students entering fall 2013 are $1,080 per unit and include course fees and textpaks.
Bay Area Part-time MBA Program
Fees for students entering fall 2013 are $1,380 per unit and include course fees, textbooks, textpaks, meals and parking.
Fees are due each quarter prior to registration for courses in the Part-time MBA Program. Fees are made payable to the UC Regents.
Part-time MBA fees do not include access to the UC Davis Student Health Center, the Counseling Center, athletic facilities or any other services covered by the Education Fee that is not paid by Part-time MBA students.
To apply for federal student loans, you must submit the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) as soon as possible after January 1.
To insure that your FAFSA is sent to the UC Davis Graduate School of Management, use the UC Davis Title IV Code Number: 001313.
Receiving Financial Aid
Funds are awarded for fall, winter and spring quarters, and all awards are disbursed to you by the school in three installments, one-third per quarter. Part-time MBA students must pay before registration, and loan funds are not disbursed until the start of the quarter.
You will receive a Student Aid Report (SAR) from the Department of Education approximately four weeks after you file your FAFSA. The SAR contains all of the information from your FAFSA plus an initial calculation of your expected student contribution.
You may receive a notice of missing information from the Graduate Financial Aid office. If you do not immediately return this notice along with the missing documents, the awarding of your financial aid may be delayed.
All loans under the Federal Direct Loan Programs are disbursed to you by the school in three quarter installments, one per quarter. Disbursements are activated after you have paid your course fees and enrolled in courses.
If you have any other questions about filing the FAFSA or the awarding process, please contact the UC Davis Graduate Financial Aid Office at (530) 752-9246.
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