The 2020-21 tuition and fees for graduate students in the McKelvey School of Engineering can be found on the Engineering graduate admissions webpage. Tuition for full-time students is determined by each student's prime division, not by the division that teaches the course. Students should check with their department before enrolling in courses outside their division.
Students who will receive reimbursement from their employers are responsible for tuition being paid by the due date. Employer reimbursements that are contingent upon course completion and/or a satisfactory grade will not exempt the student from stated due dates and the assessment of penalties.
All full-time graduate students in Engineering (DSc and master's) are assessed tuition at a full-time tuition rate and do not receive refunds for dropping individual courses. All part-time graduate students who were assessed tuition on a per-credit-unit basis may receive a refund for dropped course(s) based on the refund schedule below. Refunds are computed from the date on which the course is dropped, as reflected in the Student Information System. Refund checks are made available as soon as possible (usually four to six weeks after the drop is completed).
|Period of Withdrawal||Percent of Refund|
|1st-2nd week of classes||100%|
|3rd-4th week of classes||80%|
|5th-6th week of classes||60%|
|7th-8th week of classes||50%|
|9th-10th week of classes||40%|
|After 10th week of classes||No refund|
Note: After the date of the first class meeting, refunds are not granted for short courses, which run less than the full semester length. Questions concerning the refund policy should be directed to the Engineering Accounting Office at 314-935-6183.
Master's students are expected to be self-supporting and are generally not eligible for any institutional financial assistance. However, participants in the bachelor's/master's program and the dual-degree program could qualify for tuition remission. All master's students who attend at least half-time (i.e., 3 units in the summer and 4.5 units in the fall and spring) and who are U.S. citizens or permanent residents may be eligible for federal student loans.
Federal financial aid for PhD students is processed by the Graduate School. Candidates should complete the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) for the appropriate academic year.
For more information, contact Janna Schmitt by phone at 314-935-8460 or by email at email@example.com.
The federal government provides a number of student loan programs, and there are rules and requirements for each program. These programs are subject to change by the government agencies that oversee them, and they require that detailed financial information be provided by the student. For more information about federal loans available to graduate students, please visit the Engineering website.