CSUN MSA Scholarships and Financial Aid Opportunities

 

Are you interested in the MSA Program, but don’t have all the finances in place? Well take a look at what is being offered. From public aid provided by the federal and state government to private departmental aid, there are loans and scholarships that can help ease your financial pressures.

Graduate Student Loans:

For most student loans, a Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) must be on file (see http://www.fafsa.ed.gov/). For additional information on graduate student loans available through CSUN visit http://www.csun.edu/financialaid/.

On-campus Scholarships:

       Incoming MSA Student -

      

Eligibility -

All MSA applicants are automatically considered for the available incoming MSA students scholarships. Recipients are selected on the basis of academic performance (e.g., overall GPA, GMAT scores, etc). Scholarship winners must be admitted to the MSA program and enrolled in classes for fall in order to receive their awards. Winners will be announced after the application deadline.

       Continuing MSA Student -

Eligibility -

All MSA students in good standing (overall graduate GPA 3.0 or higher) are eligible. To be considered for one of the three scholarships, students must apply and attend the annual Awards Banquet. Application forms are available from the department office in the spring. Recipients are selected on the basis of academic performance (e.g., overall GPA, GMAT scores, etc). Scholarship winners are announced at the banquet.