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Tuition/Financial Aid

Tuition

Since the USU graduate tuition is decided by the Utah legislature each March, all information below is only an estimation. The values in the table below include tuition, fees, and Huntsman School of Business differential tuition.

Estimated Tuition and Fees for MMIS Programs starting Fall 2018

16-month option (4 semesters)

Fall 2018
9 Credits

Spring 2019
9 Credits

Summer 2019
6 Credits
Fall 2019
6 Credits
Total
30 Credits
Utah Residents, non-Utah residents who are
children or grandchildren of USU alumni,
or Students from WRGP States**
$7,616 $7,616 $5,320 $5,320 $25,872
Out-of-State (non-WRGP states) * $14,875 $14,875 $5,320 $10,484 $45,554
International * $15,000 $15,000 $5,445 $10,609 $46,054

 

12-month option (2 semesters)

Fall 2018
15 Credits

Spring 2019
15 Credits

Total
30 Credits
Utah Residents, non-Utah residents who are
children or grandchildren of USU alumni,
or Students from WICHE States**
$11,318 $11,318 $22,636
Out-of-State (non-WICHE states) * $20,674 $20,674 $41,348
International * $20,799 $20,799 $41,598

 

*Non-Resident Tuition Waiver for Excellence is available for those whose GPA and national competitive exam scores (GRE or GMAT) are above the average of the same admission scores for all current students in the college. Additional information about the excellence tuition waiver.

**Western Regional Graduate Program (WRGP) states include: Alaska, Arizona, California, Colorado, Hawaii, Idaho, Montana, Nevada, New Mexico, North Dakota, Oregon, South Dakota, Utah, Washington, and Wyoming

Financial Aid

For qualified on-campus full-time students, financial aid assistance is offered through the U.S. Government and the USU Financial Aid Office. To qualify for federal student loans and financial aid packages, students must submit a FAFSA, Free Application for Federal Student Aid. Students are encouraged to apply for government aid after they are admitted to the MMIS program.

Additional MIS assistantships and scholarships are also available. Assistantships and scholarships are very competitive and are distributed to qualified students who have been admitted to the MMIS program by March 1.

USU Financial Aid Office Contact Information:

Mailing Address: Financial Aid Office, 1800 Old Main Hill, Logan, Utah 84322–1800
Emailfinaid@usu.edu
Phone: 435.797.0173
Fax: 435.797.0654
Location: Taggart Student Center Room 106

Please be aware that graduate students must be enrolled for a minimum of six credits each semester in order to qualify for a student loan.

MMIS Tuition Waivers

In-State Tuition Opportunity for most western states.Western Regional Graduate Program (WRGP) Waiver

In-State Tuition Opportunity for Out-Of-State Students

The MMIS program is designated as a WRGP, which allows academically qualified residents of the following states to attend our program and pay resident tuition:

Alaska, Arizona, California, Colorado, Hawaii, Idaho, Montana, Nevada, New Mexico, North Dakota, Oregon, South Dakota, Utah, Washington, and Wyoming

Applicants from participating states who would like to be considered for the WRGP waiver must submit a brief memo to the MMIS Office stating such intent. This tuition reduction is available in the MMIS portion of the dual degree programs as well.

To be eligible for the WRGP waiver you must fulfill the following requirements:

If you’re a new student, meet all graduate school and program entrance requirements.
If you’re a returning student, be in good standing (i.e., not on academic probation).

Additional information about WRGP Waivers.

Graduate Non-Resident 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, whose GPA and admission test scores (GRE, GMAT LSAT, Miller, etc.) are above the average for the Huntsman School.

For more information, visit the USU School of Graduate Studies website or contact the program advisor.

Alumni Legacy Nonresident Waiver

Children or grandchildren of USU Alumni can attend Utah State with the nonresident portion of tuition waived. This allows students to follow their parents' or grandparents' footsteps and become an Aggie. To qualify for the Alumni Legacy Nonresident Waiver, a future Aggie must:

  • Be admitted.
  • Have at least one parent or grandparent who earned an associate degree or higher from Utah State University.
  • Enroll at USU as a first-time student.

Additional Information about the Legacey non-resident waiver and Applications

Please reference our Frequently Asked Questions page for more information regarding scholarships and funding.