SMU Cox Master of Science in Entrepreneurship
SMU offers convenient payment plans to allow you to pay for your tuition and fees in installments rather than in one lump sum. Currently SMU offers the following three options for each semester:
- Six Month Payment Plan - This semester plan permits payment of tuition and fees in 6 installments. The application fee is $50.
- Five Month Payment Plan - This semester plan permits payment of tuition and fees, room and board in 5 installments. The application fee is $65.
- Four Month Payment Plan - This semester plan permits payment of tuition and fees, room and board in 4 installments. The application fee is $75.
Please note that if you enroll after the SMU payment due date, SMU will assess you a late payment fee and a hold will be placed on your student account.
If you are interested in enrolling in one of these payment plans, please contact a Sallie Mae TuitionPay Consultant at (800) 635-0120 or visit http://tuitionpay.salliemae.com/smu and click "Enroll Now".
FAFSA on the Web...Apply at www.fafsa.ed.gov.
Call 1-800-801-0576 for additional help with FAFSA on the Web.
U.S. citizens and permanent residents may apply for financial assistance in the form of loans and grants by completing the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA). FAFSA forms can be obtained form many U.S. public institutions including schools and libraries or by downloading it from the U. S. Department of Education Web site.
The form may also be requested from the SMU Office of Enrollment Services, 111 Bishop Boulevard, P.O. Box 0181, Dallas, Texas 75275-0181. Once the FAFSA application is completed, the SMU Office of Enrollment Services will assist students in assembling a cost-effective tuition payment plan including the subsidized Stafford Loan, the Business Access Loan, the MBA Achiever Loan and the MBA Loan. Residents of Texas may also be eligible for the Texas Tuition Equalization Grant (TEG).
Please Note: SMU's TITLE IV CODE IS 003613
While the funding may exist for many of our students, finding it often proves more difficult. There are a number of financial resources available to students of every nationality, which we refer to as independent grants. These monies are awarded by institutions that may, or may not, be affiliated with the Cox School of Business or SMU. We strongly recommend that you consult many of the resources for MBAs on the Internet, particularly www.finaid.org. This Web site provides outstanding information and resources regarding additional ways to fund your PMBA education.