Tuition & Financial Aid

Finance Your MBA

Financing your MBA is an investment in your future, and we’re here to guide you through the process. Our financial aid officers are experts in the field who will help you identify and secure financial resources to meet the cost of your education. Financing options include loans, merit-based scholarships and need-based scholarships.

At Kellogg 62 percent of students have some form of financial aid, whether it's a loan or a scholarship.

Our office is open five days a week, and walk-ins are always welcome. For more detailed financial aid information, you can visit their website.

Scholarships

We offer a variety of scholarships to exceptional students who have demonstrated professional and personal excellence. When accepted to one of our programs, you are automatically considered for all merit scholarships. We also offer an optional Financial Need Based Scholarship application during the admission process for U.S. Citizens and permanent residents.

Loans

Loan assistance is an option for students who are U.S. citizens and permanent residents through the Federal Loan Programs, including:

  • Federal Direct Unsubsidized Stafford Loans
  • Federal Direct Graduate PLUS Loans
Private education loans are available for all students – U.S. citizens, permanent residents and international students.

GI & Veterans Benefits

Since 2009, we have participated in the Yellow Ribbon GI Education Enhancement Program (Yellow Ribbon Program). For the 2018-2019 academic year, we will award annual grants through the Yellow Ribbon Program for eligible students. In order to qualify for Yellow Ribbon Program benefits, you must be eligible for the Post-9/11 GI Bill benefits as indicated on the Certificate of Eligibility sent by the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs (VA).

For International Students

Admitted international students are automatically considered for all merit scholarships.

International students interested in financial aid are offered private student loans, most of which require a U.S. cosigner. The interest rate on private loans is variable and interest will begin to accrue once the loan is disbursed.

2022-23 Tuition & Estimated First-Year Expenses

Program One-Year MBA Two-Year MBA MMM JD-MBA
Tuition
$108,016
$78,276
$104,372
$101,142
Room & Board
$26,400
$19,800
$26,400
$25,368
Books & Supplies
$2,196
$1,647
$2,196
$2,475
Travel
$1,772
$1,329
$1,772
$1,968
Personal
$4,200
$3,150
$4,200
$4,224
Health Insurance
$5,882
$4,698
$5,882
$4,916
Computer Equipment
$1,200
$1,200
$1,200
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University Health Services Fee
$780
$780
$780
$780
Student Activity and Experience Fee
$1,400
$1,400
$1,400
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Student Association Fee
$440
$330
$440
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First Year Fee
$1,000
$2,000
$2,000
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Loan Fees
$4,292
$2,649
$3,500
$3,629
Student Travel Fee
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--
--
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Estimated Expenses
$157,578
$117,259
$154,142
$144,502

2022-23 Tuition & Estimated MBAi Expenses*

Tuition
$136,345
Room & Board
$33,000
Books & Supplies
$2,745
Travel
$2,215
Personal
$5,250
Health Insurance
$5,873
Computer Equipment
$1,200
University Health Services Fee
$1,040
Student Activity and Experience Fee
$1,400
Student Association Fee
$550
First Year Fee
$1,000
Loan Fees
$3,335
Student Travel Fee
$2,000
Estimated Expenses*
$195,953
*The estimated expenses for the MBAi program includes all five quarters of enrollment.

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