2023-2024 Tuition, Fees & Living Expenses (In-Person MBA)
The In-Person MBA is a 45-credit, 20-month program consisting of five total semesters.
|Tuition & Fees||Per Semester||Total Program(1) |
|Living Expenses (3)||Per Semester||Total Program |
|Books, Course Materials, Supplies & Equipment||$100||$500|
|Federal Loan Origination Fees (4)||$290||$1,450|
- Assumes 9 credit hours course load per semester.
- Tuition is reviewed annually and subject to a 3% to 5% increase.
- Living expense estimates are based on reasonable cost of living for the Winston-Salem area. A student’s total financial aid package (scholarships, fellowships, and all education loans) cannot total more than the estimated living expenses plus tuition and fees (cost of attendance). Health insurance is required by the University for all students and offered as an option for those needing coverage. Please visit wfu.edu/sip to see insurance rates for your age band. Dependent coverage is available.
- If applicable, Federal loan fees include 1.057% Federal Unsubsidized Loan origination fee and a 4.228% Grad PLUS Loan origination fee.
Tuition Due Dates:
Fall Semester: August 1
Summer Semester: June 1
Spring Spring: December 1
Cost of Attendance
The student budget above is an estimate of living expenses associated with being a graduate student at Wake Forest, and includes: books/supplies, food, housing, utilities, renter’s insurance, transportation and personal expenses such as cell phone, cable/internet, laundry/dry cleaning, clothing, and recreation. This budget does not consider existing consumer debt. Minor adjustments may be necessary to fit your individual circumstances.
In limited circumstances, the School of Business Office of Financial Aid may approve an increase to the Cost of Attendance (COA). Examples of expenses that may be approved include dependent care expenses, unexpected medical bills or disability-related expenses, and one-time computer purchases. All requests are reviewed on a case by case basis and documentation is required. Requests for increases to housing and other costs already included in the COA will not be approved except in extraordinary circumstances. Please contact the Office of Financial Aid at email@example.com to request an individual review.
If you have specific questions, please contact the Financial Aid Office at 336.758.4424 or 336.758.4048, or email the Financial Aid team at firstname.lastname@example.org.