Tuition + Fees
|Tuition (2012–2013 rate)||$10,989||$31,206|
Tuition and fees are set each year by the University System Board of Regents, and more detailed information and updates can be found at the Bursar’s Office listing of Tuition and Fees.
The UGA Graduate School offers these financial aid options
- Graduate Assistantships
Assistantships requires that students work approximately ten hours per week under the faculty member. Past assistantships with faculty members have included research opportunities and positions with the Coca-Cola Center (webmaster, newsletter editor).
[How are these awarded? Are they merit-based? Are these awarded upon acceptance to the program? Do you need to apply for these, or are you automatically considered? —Derek]
- Out-of-State Tuition Waivers
Non-resident admitted students can seek to have a portion of their tuition waived for one academic year. These awards are based upon academic records and recommendation of the department. Candidates must have a 3.30 undergraduate GPA or a 3.50 graduate GPA and 550 GMAT and plan to be enrolled for a minimum of 12 hours each semester to be eligible for nomination. Decisions are typically made in late March/early April. [This does not match what is on the UGA Grad School website--Kalena]