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Tuition & Fees

 Tuition and fees for the 2019/2020 academic year are estimated to be $22,108 for California residents (divided over 5 installment payments).  Tuition and fees for non-California residents is expected to be $34,780. For more details, please view Tuition & Other Fees. Grants and financial aid is available. All applicants are strongly encouraged to submit the financial aid application (FAFSA) by March 1, 2019 to receive priority consideration for CSU State University Grants (SUG). Those grants are awarded based on financial need and may cover up to the full state university fees ((Students are required to pay all ancillary fees, Business Professional  Fees and nonresident fees).   Applicants should submit their FAFSA application by March 1, 2019 regardless of whether they have heard back from the Admission Office. For additional information, please visit the Financial Aid & Scholarship Department.  In addition, the MPAcc Program awards up to two admitted students a full state university fee waiver (Students are required to pay all ancillary fees, Business Professional  Fees and nonresident fees) for serving as Graduate Assistants. More information about this fee waiver program will be given to all admitted students upon acceptance. Please note that financial aid is not available during the initial summer term. Because the financial aid process takes time, it is critical to apply for financial aid as early as possible to receive priority processing.

Please click here to view the Student Finance Page, which details tuition & parking fees, payment & account information.

Scholarship Opportunities:

AICPA Scholarships For Minority Accounting Students

CalCPA Scholarships for Accounting Graduate Students

Accounting and Financial Women's Alliance 

AccountTemps Student Scholarship Award 

John L. Carey Accounting Scholarship Award 

National Association of Black Accountants 

Association of Latino Professionals For America  

Department of Accounting & Information Systems, David Nazarian College of Business & Economics (available in spring)