Tuition for the 2013-2014 academic year is worth approximately $28,497 based on 9 hours per semester and 3 hours during the summer. Over the 5 years, this benefit would be worth approximately $142,485.
Each student admitted is supported with a stipend. Students with high GPA and GRE scores may receive stipend fellowship enhancements from the Graduate School in addition to the regular stipend support from the sociology department.
Beyond the fellowships and tuition remission, Baylor's Financial Aid Department offers guidance through applying for student loans or work-study programs. There are many ways to finance your Baylor education.
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