Feb 28, 2024  
School of Graduate, Professional and Extended Studies 2022-23 
    
School of Graduate, Professional and Extended Studies 2022-23 [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

Financial Information - M.S. Financial Analysis


 

Expenses

  MSFA Expenses  
  Tuition $800 per credit
  Audit fee $400 per credit
  Comprehensive fee $250 per semester
  Application Fee $75
  Graduation Fee $191

Deposit

New students: All students accepted for admission must remit a nonrefundable deposit of $500 before August 1 for fall semester, December 15 for spring semester and May 1 for summer semester or as indicated on their letter of acceptance. This deposit will be credited towards first-semester charges.

Explanation of Tuition and Fees

Graduate Financial Analysis Tuition: Tuition is based on a per credit fee of $800: $2400 per 3-credit course.

Graduate Financial Analysis Comprehensive Fee: A comprehensive fee of $250 will be assessed each semester to cover such items as College ID cards, an email account, library access, Health Center access (if health insurance is purchased through the College), Lane Student Center usage, guest speakers and additional program-specific fees. This fee does not include access to the Bennett Athletic and Recreation Center.

Bennett Center: MSFA students who wish to utilize the Bennett Center must sign up for a graduate student membership directly with the Bennett Center manager. Graduate student membership rates are established annually by the Bennett Center. 

Billing: Students who have registered for courses will be billed at the beginning of each session through CASHNet on my.gordon.edu. Payment due dates are generally within 30 days of the start of the semester. Payment plans are available through CASHNet.

Health Insurance: Health insurance is available for purchase for graduate students. Contact Student Financial Services Office for more information. The rate is subject to change annually.

Vehicle Registration: Every vehicle operated on campus by a graduate student must be registered with the Department of Public Safety. Parking passes are free and are issued for the academic year.

Application for Acceptance into MSFA Program: A one-time program application fee of $75 is due at the time of the formal application and is nonrefundable. The fee is not credited to the cost of registration.

Graduation: A graduation fee of $191 will be charged at the time of application for graduation. This fee will be applied toward regalia, including the master’s hood and diploma, as well as all Commencement activities.

Financial Aid

Student loans are available for those who qualify. Student loans can be used to cover the cost of tuition and fees, supplies, and living expenses. Please contact the Student Financial Services Office or visit www.gordon.edu/graduate/financialaid.

Federal Direct Loans: Graduate students who register for at least 5 credits in a term and are matriculated into the program may apply for a Federal Direct Loan through the government’s Direct Loan Program. Payments and interest may be deferred during school enrollment. Loan amounts depend on the number of credits for which a student is registered. An annual limit per academic year of $20,500 applies.

Private Student Loans: Private student loans are available for students who do not wish to or are not eligible to borrow a Direct Loan. Loan limits vary by lender. To see Gordon’s preferred lender list and compare loan products, go to the Student Financial Services website at www.gordon.edu/altloans.

Payment Plans: MSFA courses qualify for a payment plan. The plan allows a bill to be extended over the length of the term, and enrollment is through CASHNet. For more information, visit www.gordon.edu/graduate/finance/tuition.

Delayed VA Payments: Under S2248 PL 115-407 Section 103, Gordon College will not impose a late fee, denial of access to facilities, or other penalty against a veteran or eligible dependent due to a late payment of tuition and/or fees from the VA up to the certified benefits amount. Any portion of the student bill not covered by VA benefits is still expected to be settled by the due date.