Tuition and Financial Aid
Current course tuition in the program is $635 per credit hour. For more specific details regarding tuition and fees, view the MAHE Program Costs.
Every full-time student in the program will receive an assistantship assignment for each semester they are enrolled. Stipends for assistantships vary from a minimum of $3,500-$9,000 per year* to help with tuition and fees costs.
Please note, in addition to the $3,500 stipend, residence life graduate assistants also receive housing and seven meals per week.
Financial Aid and Student Loans
Graduate students at Taylor University are eligible for the Federal Stafford Loan and can generally borrow up to the full cost of attendance (tuition and fees, books and materials, computer, room and board, etc.).
- You must complete the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA), listing Taylor University Upland 001838 as a recipient of the data.
- FAFSA must be complete each academic year (July 1-June 30 for federal aid purposes).
- FAFSA should be completed 2-3 months before the student needs the loan.
Upon receipt of the student’s FAFSA data, Taylor University’s Financial Aid Office will review the data and may request additional information if necessary. Once the file is complete, the Financial Aid Office will send an Award Letter identifying the your loan eligibility, and providing detailed instructions for completing the loan and application process.
We offer a limited number of scholarships each year to qualified students. These are merit-based scholarships awarded every spring to students who are enrolled in the program. Thus, you would be eligible once you have begun your studies. Scholarship recipients will be notified of their award during the summer in between their first and second year in the program.
In order to fully experience the educational and professional opportunities available to students, outside employment (above and beyond assistantship work) is limited to 10 hours per week and must be approved in advance by the MAHE program and the assistantship supervisor.