Graduate studies within the Miller College of Business is money well spent, given the career doors that an MBA or certificate can open and the improved earning potential that can result.
More than 75 percent of Ball State students receive assistance in paying for their education. And, our experts in the Ball State Office of Financial Aid and Scholarships can connect you with many resources to help you pay for your education, such as grants, loans, and other forms of aid.
Full- and part-time degree-seeking students are eligible for federal student aid. Make sure to be keep track of all important financial aid deadlines.
Merit Aid and Work Options
The Miller College of Business offers graduate assistantships, some scholarships, and a fellowship to graduate business students.
If you are an active-duty military service person, retired military, or a family member of either, Ball State offers a wide variety of military benefits such as the Post-9/11 GI Bill, Yellow Ribbon Program, and more. Learn more about military benefits.
Employer Reimbursements and Tax Benefits
Many companies and organizations provide tuition reimbursement as one of their employee benefits. Check with your employer if you are not sure if you are not sure whether your company or organization offers this benefit.
If you receive educational assistance benefits from your workplace, you may receive up to $5,250 in tax-free education benefits each year. The payments do not have to be for work-related courses. Learn more about this tax savings from the IRS.
Monthly Installment Plan
Ball State offers a payment plan which allows you to pay each semester's tuition bill in four monthly installments.