Graduate Tuition and Fees
NOTE: The following are estimated expenses for a single student for the 2013 - 2014 school year.
|MA Tuition (check specific program for number of units)|
|Graduate courses (700-level)||$470 per unit|
|Teacher education courses (600-level)||$495 per unit|
|MBA Tuition (41 units)|
|Graduate courses (700-level)||$854 per unit *|
|Other Fees and Expenses|
|Books (estimated cost)||$400|
|Room & food off-campus||$6,000/year|
*Two week international trip and one short term travel course included in tuition.
Financial Aid and Scholarships
Financial aid is available to students who have applied and been accepted into a program. Financial assistance for graduate students is limited. Because financial assistance from the U.S. government is not available to international students, other funding is available through Fresno Pacific University.
Scholarships available to graduate students:
- Church Match (up to $1,000 per year)
- Performance scholarships (music, athletic)
- Graduate Grant ($500)
- Other ($500 - $1,500)
Fresno Pacific University values the diversity that international students bring to our campus. Because we understand that funding your education can be challenging, we will do everything we can to make it possible for you to attend.
The International Programs and Services Office will work together with you and the Financial Student Services Office to create your own personal scholarship package. Scholarship packages are specially designed for each individual student according to the information provided on the application and the Affidavit of Support. These packages may be comprised of one or several different awards based on merit and need. Scholarships are not guaranteed!!
Many international students find sponsors through their own personal contacts and/or various organizations to help fund their tuition and living expenses. We encourage you to look for financial sources such as these.
International students are only allowed to work for Fresno Pacific University. Openings for on-campus jobs are advertised in the Career Services Center, not on-line. Employment is limited and NOT guaranteed. Each student must apply and possibly interview to get a job. Students should not plan to make a lot of money from on-campus work. Minimum wage is $8.00 per hour. Students may work up to 20 hours a week while school is in session and 40 hours a week during vacations.
English language students are likely to get jobs in the cafeteria, gardening, cleaning or maintenance.