We strongly encourage Evening & Weekend MBA students to submit an application for financial aid. The process is simple, and all students — regardless of need — are eligible to apply for assistance.
A team of financial aid experts, based in Northwestern University’s Office of Financial Aid on the Chicago campus, will assist you throughout the duration of your time at Kellogg.
New students can apply for financial aid after they receive an offer of admissions from the Evening & Weekend MBA Program. Students must reapply for financial aid each spring.
To apply for financial aid, please complete:
Application deadlines are listed here.
The Kellogg Evening and Weekend part time program admission committee awards a limited number of scholarships during the admission cycle. The scholarship decisions are awarded based on a holistic review of the overall application for admission and may require an additional essay component. Admitted students are typically notified prior to decision deadlines.
The admission committee scholarship awards include:
For more information, contact an admissions officer.
There are also a variety of scholarship programs offered through various civic and professional organizations, state agencies and private foundations. To search for scholarships, visit FastWeb or Scholarships.com.
Federal regulations require all recipients of federal financial aid to maintain Satisfactory Academic Progress (SAP) in their program of study. This includes recipients of Federal Direct Stafford Loans and Federal Direct Graduate PLUS Loans. Kellogg also expects students to make continual progress towards completing their degree.
Additional information on Satisfactory Academic Progress for the Evening & Weekend MBA program is available on the Chicago Financial Aid Office website.