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Financial Aid: Graduate Tuition and Fees

Cost Estimates

The costs indicated below are only an estimate and may be different from the student's total expenditures. They do not include stipend, tuition remission or any other funding the student might receive or travel expenses. Proof of medical insurance with minimal coverage of $200,000 is required of all international students and their dependents. The University reserves the right to change tuition, fees, requirements and regulations without notice.

Many graduate students also receive other resources for funding their education at Baylor University. Examples of such sources include work study programs, Stafford loans, private scholarships and private loans. For information on such sources, please contact the Office of Academic Scholarships and Financial Aid.

Fall 2013/Spring 2014

Please note: This fee schedule will be updated for the next semester.
Tuition and Required Fees Amount Estimate for 9 Hours
Tuition, per semester hour $1,357.00 $12,213.00
General Student Fee, 12 hours or more per semester 1,699.00 1,278.00
Less than 12 semester hours, per semester hour 142.00  
Laboratory/Course Fee, (minimum) varies per course 50.00 50.00
Total required tuition and fees   $13,541.00
     
Vehicle Registration Fee, annual 300.00 300.00
Basic-7 Meal Plan, per semester 1,209.15 1,209.15
**Residence hall room, per semester (community bath only) 2,656.00 2,656.00
Total Estimate   $17,706.15

Baylor works hard to help students find ways to fund their graduate education. Many entering graduate students receive financial assistance in the form of graduate stipends, tuition remission, or both. A number of graduate students also benefit from resources such as work-study programs, Stafford loans, private scholarships, and private loans.

Graduate Assistantships

Students can receive financial assistance in the form of graduate assistantships, including teaching assistantships and research assistantships. For specific information regarding the requirements for eligibility for an assistantship, contact the graduate director of the progran to which you are applying. If you choose to pursue an assistantship, pay close attention to application deadlines. These positions are very competitive.

For more information on Tuition and Fees please visit the Cashier's Office website.

Sources of Funding

Graduate Assistantships, Tuition Remission, and Benefits - Many entering graduate students receive some type of graduate stipend, tuition remission, or both. Some students that teach classes or lead lab sections are entitled to health benefits. For specific information regarding the requirements for eligibility for an assistantship, please contact the graduate director of the program to which you are applying.

Many graduate students also receive other resources for funding their education at Baylor University. Examples of such sources include work study programs, Stafford loans, private scholarships and private loans. For information on such sources, please contact the Office of Academic Scholarships and Financial Aid.

Student Health Insurance

Learn about the Baylor University Student Health Insurance plan. The plan is administered by Academic HealthPlans and underwritten by ACE American Insurance Company. For more information please visit the Baylor Health Services website.

Visit our benefit information page to learn more about the subsidy available to some doctoral students: Subsidy available for Doctoral Students.

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