Financing Your Education
PMBA students who are U.S. citizens and international students with permanent residency status may apply for federal financial aid offered through the University of South Carolina. While the program is considered part-time, students who follow the prescribed course sequence are enrolled in the minimum number of hours to be eligible for federal funds.
The Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) may be completed online and should be submitted after completing the admission application process. More information is available from the USC Office of Student Financial Aid and Scholarships.
Military personnel may use GI-Bill benefits to finance their education in the Professional MBA Program. Contact USC Veteran Services for assistance and the necessary paperwork required.
Admitted students are encouraged to contact their employer's human resource manager to learn about company tuition reimbursement programs. Other sources of funds include professional and panhellenic organizations, as well as large corporations such as Wal-Mart, Target, etc. Addtionally, students should contact their banks for information about private loans.