Financing Your MFP

Tuition (And how to Pay For It)

The MFP program represents a major investment in your future, and some corporate sponsors have recently lowered or eliminated the financial support they provide their employees. Some companies have no formal tuition reimbursement program and sponsor students on a case by case basis depending on the applicants stature, tenure, and desire by the organization to retain the individual. We recommend that the first thing you do is to discuss the tuition reimbursement process with your company and your human resources department. We're available to help. >> Click for a step-by-step guide to applying for a Federal loan.

The MFP tuition tuition for Cycle 6, which begins in 2014, is $47,000. This includes the cost of meals during all residencies, hotel accomodations close to campus, all textbook materials and software, conference phone fees, social and networking events, and graduation fees. Upon acceptance, we require a $1,000 non-refundable deposit (applied towards tuition) to hold your place in the class. In an attempt to lessen the financial impact we have spread tuition payments over the year in six equal payments (after the $1,000 deposit.) Each payment is due two weeks prior to the start of each eight week module. >> Click for specific loan information for the MFP Cycle 5 class.

Besides employer reimbursement, MFP students can finance their education with special educational loans through numerous resources. The MFP program has attempted to make the financing arrangements as seamless as possible by providing personal contacts at the university and outside financing opportunities. This includes the Federal Stafford loans. We suggest you contact Ms. Tanyia Jones, tjones2@pace.edu, Assistant Director of Financial Aid at Pace University's Financial Aid Office for more information. Please inform Ms. Rodriguez that you are an applicant for the MFP program.