Earning a Baylor MBA is a significant investment in your future. There are many ways to finance your EMBA education and we encourage you to investigate them all thoroughly.
Corporate Tuition Reimbursement Programs
Approximately, half of our students receive full or partial sponsorships from their employers. However, half of our students also finance the Baylor MBA program 100% on their own. We encourage you to speak to your employer to fully understand the opportunities and benefits your company offers to support your educational endeavors.
A variety of federal and private student loans are available. The Baylor University Student Financial Services department will work with you to determine your eligibility for grants and loans. Most students first consider Federal Direct Loans (subsidized or unsubsidized) because of lower repayment costs, and then consider the Federal Grad PLUS loan or a private loan.
Federal Loan Details
- Domestic students are eligible for up to $20,500 in Direct Loans per academic year.
- You must complete the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA). Our school code is 003545.
- Eligibility for need-based loans and grants is determined by a federal formula which considers income, assets, family size, number of family members in college, etc.
Veterans / Yellow Ribbon
Baylor is pleased to be a participant in the Yellow Ribbon Program and other veteran programs. As you may know, Yellow Ribbon grants are awarded on a first come, first-serve basis. We encourage veterans to contact the Veterans Services division in Baylor's Office of the Registrar department to learn more about all veteran programs in which Baylor participants.
There are no Baylor University scholarships available for the Executive MBA Program at this time. Many private organizations offer scholarships and fellowships to graduate students in all fields.
Here is a sample of some resources for your research: