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Master of Science in Healthcare Administration
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Note: A nonrefundable general fee of $41 is required for each Spring or Fall term, regardless of whether a student takes classes during one or both sessions each term. For example, a student taking classes during the Spring I and Spring II sessions will pay $41, as will a student who takes classes during just Spring I or Spring II. There is no fee required for Summer term. Books, materials and related shipping charges are not included, and prices are subject to change without notice or obligation. Tuition costs may be tax deductible; contact a tax professional for additional information.
Apply for Government-Backed Assistance
Financial aid can come from a variety of sources, including federal loans and grants and state loans, grants and scholarships. University Scholarships and Financial Aid Services will use the information on the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) to determine your eligibility for federal student aid.
The Free Application for Federal Student Aid is used to apply for federal student loans. Federal student aidprograms are the largest source of student aid in America, providing nearly 14 million postsecondary students with more than $150 billion a year in assistance. Take advantage of this opportunity by completing the FAFSA today. Valparaiso University’s school code is 001842.
Federal Stafford Loans
Federal Stafford Loans must be repaid and are available to graduate students.
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*Maximum yearly loan award amounts are up to the amounts listed above. Receipt of financial aid is not a guarantee and is dependent on the individual needs of the student.
For more in-depth information about financial aid from the U.S. Department of Education, please click here.