MBA Financial Aid and Scholarship

Financial Aid

Financial assistance can be an integral part of a student's education regardless of the level of education achieved. The Lee Business School, Financial Aid and Scholarships office, and Graduate College offer several forms of financial aid that include loans, grants, scholarships, fellowships, and graduate assistantships to assist MBA students to obtain a degree. Almost everyone, regardless of their income, can qualify for some type of financial aid.

Graduate Assistantships

A graduate assistantship provides financial support and cannot be combined with other employment. Graduate assistantship positions are available on a competitive basis to students admitted to any graduate degree program. Graduate assistants must enroll in and maintain a minimum of 6 semester hours of graduate credit and are required a work commitment of 20 hours per week.

Lee Business School MBA Scholarships

The Lee Business School offers a limited number of scholarships for graduate students.

The Lee Business School offers a number of scholarships to undergraduate and graduate students. The application is due every February 1. More information and scholarship details can be found at the Scholarship Overview page.

Independent Scholarships

There are a number of organizations that offer scholarships to MBA students. The deadlines and application process can be found at the links below.

Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA)

You must file the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) online to be considered for any type of financial aid awarded at UNLV, including loans, grants or scholarships.

While financial aid packages are offered only to admitted students, all applicants are advised to submit their FAFSA by November 1 for priority consideration. The fall semester deadline to submit your FAFSA is May 1. Graduate students who apply for financial aid will typically be eligible for unsubsidized loans which do accrue interest.

The UNLV financial aid school code is 002569. Applicants having questions about the financial aid process, loan programs, or estimated costs also may contact the UNLV Financial Aid & Scholarships Office. Additional information on how to apply for financial aid.