There are a number of sources available that can help students meet their education funding needs.
Many students choose to take out a loan to pay for all or part of the costs associated with attending the Master in Accounting program.
Loan programs available to students include:
- Federally sponsored (Stafford) loans – for U.S. citizens only
- Alternative private loans – for U.S. and international students
All offer low interest loans repayable upon completion of your degree.
Eligibility for loans and scholarships is determined by completing a Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) form available on line at www.fafsa.ed.gov. Many funds are limited, so those students who have their FAFSA completed by March 1st each academic year receive priority processing.
Applicants must have been admitted to the MAcc program before The University of Arizona Office of Student Financial Aid (OSFA) will make financial aid awards. Graduate students must be enrolled at least halftime in order to receive federal loans.
There are numerous sources for scholarships. Please click here to see scholarships specifically for Master of Accounting students.
Teaching assistantships are offered on a semester by semester basis to students enrolled in the Master of Accounting program. These positions involve miscellaneous tasks assigned by the department. Learn more.
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