Mary Baldwin College is an affordable value, ranked seventh by U.S. News & World Report among master’s-level universities in the South recognized as “Great Schools, Great Prices.”
Loans: Students in the masters programs are primarily awarded student loans to help finance their graduate education. To apply for loans, you will need to complete the FAFSA or FAFSA en Español. You will be awarded the maximum loan amount for which you are eligible, and you will be able to decide how much of that you would like to borrow.
TEACH Grant: Students in Graduate Teacher Education may apply for the TEACH grant.
Scholarships and Tuition Waivers: Some students may receive scholarships or tuition waivers from their academic department. Contact your department for details.
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GRADUATE TEACHER EDUCATION
Tuition: $465 per credit hour
Technology Fee: up to $50 per semester
MASTER OF LETTERS AND MASTER OF FINE ARTS
Tuition: $750 per credit hour
Technology Fee: $50 per credit hour
Festival Fee: $50 for first and second fall semesters, $100 for third fall semester