For the 2016-2017 academic year, the MS in HRD program is $995 per credit hour. The MPA program is $925 per credit hour. Additional information can be found on the University Alliance website.
In addition to calculating the tuition and book charges for an academic year, the Office of Financial Assistance also includes an allotment for living and personal expenses in the total cost of attendance.
No. Students must be matriculated in a graduate degree program to be eligible for federal financial aid.
Students can request an additional invoice via email at firstname.lastname@example.org. A second invoice will be issued via email within 24 hours.
The e-Refund enrollment form can be found in your MyNova account. The link is located in the Student Tab, under “Bursar Links.” Complete the requested information and submit.
Yes. Students can request an updated invoice via email at email@example.com.
Students can view both satisfied requirements and missing documents by accessing myNOVA, clicking on the Student and Financial Aid tab, then clicking on “My Eligibility.” This tab will display all completed requirements and any items that are still considered to be outstanding by the Office of Financial Assistance.
The Office of Financial Assistance advises students to only borrow what you need. To make a change to your loan amount, please notify our office in writing by sending an email to firstname.lastname@example.org. Once the change has been made we will send you a letter notifying you that it has taken place.
A Federal Direct Graduate PLUS Loan is available for students who have exceeded their Direct Loan lifetime eligibility. Students who haven't exceeded this limit and have eligibility in their Cost of Attendance to borrow more than $20,500 in the Federal Direct Unsubsidized Loan can also request a Graduate PLUS Loan. Please view the Graduate Financing Options webpage for more information regarding applying for a Graduate PLUS Loan.