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Providence College MBA Program
Koffler 115


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Tuition, Fees and Financial Aid

Tuition & Fees

  • MBA tuition for the 2014-2015 school year is $1,800 per 3-credit course.​
  • Students registering after courses have met twice will be charged a $100 late registration fee.
  • Tuition and fees must be paid in full at the time of registration unless students are receiving financial aid. (Students with financial aid should present their award letter at the time of registration.)
  • Only cash, checks, money orders, and credit cards (Visa or MasterCard) will be accepted as forms of payment.
  • Students whose tuition is paid by a third party, employers, government and any other source must have a letter of authorization with them at the time of registration. Upon receipt of this letter, bills will be sent to the third party. Payment is due upon receipt of this bill. Students should inform third parties of this policy to ensure that payment is made on a timely basis so they will not be dropped from class.
  • Students who do not submit payment at the time of registration will be dropped for non-payment. Students dropped from a course(s) who wish to re-register will be allowed registration only on a space-available basis. Students who have been dropped for non-payment and who are re-registered will be charged a $100 re-registration fee.
  • For a full listing of all additional fees, as well as tuition, payment, registration and refund policies, please see the Office of the Bursar’s graduate page.

Tuition may be paid via the web, in-person, or by mail:

  • Web Payment:Payment may be made via CyberFriar with a credit card (Visa or MasterCard).  Students registering on the web must complete the online tuition payment at the time of registration.
  • In-Person Payment: Payment may be made with a credit card (Visa or MasterCard) at the Providence College School of Business MBA Office:
    Koffler Hall, Room 115
    Office of the Bursar
    Harkins Hall, Room 400
  • Payment by Mail:
    Send checks (Payable to Providence College) to:
    Office of the Bursar
    Harkins Hall, Room 400
    Providence College
    1 Cunningham Square
    Providence, RI 02918-0001

Financial Aid

Graduate students attending Providence College may apply for federal student aid programs available to graduate students. Students seeking financial assistance should complete the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA). The FAFSA should be completed at least four to six weeks before the period in which the applicant plans to enroll. Submission of a completed FAFSA to the Federal Student Aid Programs will prompt the Department of Education to issue an official Student Aid Report (SAR) to the applicant. The College will receive the SAR information electronically.

Graduate Assistantships are also available.  Graduate assistants receive a monthly stipend in addition to tuition remittance for the year and / or session in which they are serving.

For additional information about financial aid options and policies, contact the Office of Financial Aid at 401-865-2286 or visit the PC financial aid homepage.

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