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Master of Accountancy students are charged $1,340 per credit hour for the 2012-2013 academic year tuition . The program is comprised of 30-37.5 credit hours.
The School of Business offers a wide range of financial assistance to its students. These can be divided into two categories: Merit-based Scholarships and Fellowships, and Graduate Assistantships.
The School of Business automatically considers all applicants to its main campus full-time programs, both domestic and international, for merit-based awards that range from partial to full tuition.
The selection process is highly competitive, and awards are made solely on the basis of merit and availability of funds. In addition, both new and CURRENT STUDENTS are considered for a number of merit-based scholarships and fellowships that have been provided to the School by private donors.
Most student loans are based on either financial need or creditworthiness and are available only to US citizens and permanent residents. Although GW students use loans such as Federal Stafford Loan Program, Alternative Education Loans, and the ACCESS Loan Program most frequently, other loans are available.
One form required by all federal programs is the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA), which you must submit to the federal processor by May 1st for the FALL 2012 term.