Skip to main content

Tuition Waivers

MBAFor all USU Graduate School finances and support information, please visit their page.

Alumni Legacy Nonresident Scholarship

The Alumni Legacy Nonresident Scholarship waives the nonresident portion of tuition and is automatically renewed each semester as long as the student remains in good standing.

Criteria: A student must be admitted into a graduate program, have a least one parent or grandparent (biological, step, or legal guardian) who earned an associate's degree or higher from Utah State University, and enroll as a first-time graduate student at USU. Time spent in Utah on the scholarship cannot be counted toward establishing Utah residency for tuition purposes.

After being accepted into a graduate program at USU, complete the Alumni Legacy Verification Form and submit to the School of Graduate Studies.

Any questions you have regarding the Alumni Legacy Nonresident Scholarship may be directed to Erin Anderson, Admissions Officer in the School of Graduate Studies, at erin.anderson@usu.edu or by phone at 435-797-3724 or 435-797-3724.

Western Regional Graduate Program (WRGP) - MMIS and MHR Applicants Only

Designated as a WRGP, residents of Alaska, Arizona, Colorado, California, Hawaii, Idaho, Montana, Nevada, New Mexico, North Dakota, Oregon, South Dakota, Utah, Washington, and Wyoming can attend the MHR and MMIS programs at Utah State University for resident tuition.

For more information please visit the WRGP website or contact an MHR or MMIS advisor. .

Graduate Tuition for Excellence Waiver

The Non-Resident Tuition Waiver for Excellence is a one-year waiver of the non-resident portion of graduate tuition. It is available for all new students applying to USU’s School of Graduate Studies—regardless of program or degree—whose GPA and national competitive exam scores (GRE, GMAT LSAT, Miller, etc.) are above the average of the same admission scores for all current students in the college.

Eligibility for this non-resident tuition waiver will be determined by comparing an applicant’s admission GPA and national test scores to the averages for students enrolled the previous fall in the college to which the student applied. (For students applying for admission in summer or fall 2015, college averages for students enrolled in fall 2014 will “set the bar” for excellence.) An applicant must have an admission GPA greater than the college average, and percentile scores on all relevant parts (e.g., GRE verbal and quantitative) of a national admission test must also be greater than the college average.

For more information, visit the USU School of Graduate Studies website.

Jon M. Huntsman School of Business Average Admission GPA and Test Scores (based upon Fall 2015, Day 15, college student body)

GPA

GRE-V

GRE-Q

GMAT-V

GMAT-Q

MAT

3.52 68 63 68 55 69