All students are guaranteed that tuition at the time of registration will not increase as long as they are actively and continuously enrolled in the same program. For a complete list of the latest tuition and fees for current programs, please contact the Harris School of Business.
Harris School of Business believes that limited resources should not limit a student’s career aspirations and educational opportunities. At our Pennsylvania, Delaware, and New Jersey campuses, a Financial Aid Advisor will work with you to fill out a Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA). Once you’ve submitted your FAFSA, we’ll be able to determine your eligibility for financial aid programs. We can then complete the admission process, and set up a payment plan that fits your needs.
William D. Ford Federal Direct Loan Program (FDLP)
Students attending school on at least a half-time basis may apply for educational funding through the FDLP. Eligibility is based on financial need as designed by a formula set forth by the U.S. Department of Education. Federally subsidized and unsubsidized Direct Loans, as well as Direct Parent Loans for Undergraduate Students (FDPLUS), are available. Please consult the Financial Aid Director or the Student Guide for more information.
Tax-Payer Credits for Educational Expenses
Students and/or the parents of dependent students may qualify for a number of tax credits as a result of attending this school. For more information on tax credits for education, log on to the IRS website.
GI Bill Educational Benefits
The Department of Higher Education, under Title 38 United States Code, has approved the programs at various Harris School of Business locations for education benefits. To determine eligibility for VA benefits contact the Veterans Affairs Office to obtain the necessary application (VA Form 22-1999 or VA Form 22-5490). The student may obtain an application by calling 800-827-1000 or by logging on to the national web site at www.gibill.va.gov.
Tuition Payment Plans
Installment payment plans may be arranged on an individual basis for students, which would be paid directly to the school or its agent.
Other programs that can help students fund their education include Veterans’ Benefits and state-specific programs such as Workforce-In-Action (WIOA), Workforce Development Programs (WDP), Trade Act, and Vocational Rehabilitation. Since student eligibility for such funding is controlled by the individual funding agency, students are encouraged to contact their local and state worker assistance offices to inquire further.
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