School of BusinessMBA Program

Financial Aid

Financial aid for MBA students is available in the form of the Federal Family Education Loan Program (Unsubsidized Stafford Loans) and Federal College Work-Study Program. To be considered for financial aid, students must be officially admitted to the MBA program and submit a Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA). The FAFSA form may be obtained via FAFSA on the Web at

If you have questions regarding your financial aid you can reach a financial aid counselor at (253) 535-7134 or by emailing

2014-2015 Tuition

Tuition: $3480* per course

Year 1 (9 courses): $31,320

Year 2 (6 courses): $20,880

Program cost: $52,200
*Tuition is fixed for six consecutive terms of enrollment and includes the cost of the 10-day international experience.
Graduate Fellowships & Endowed Scholarships
A limited number of graduate fellowships are awarded each year. A separate application is required and can be obtained through the School of Business. The priority deadline for fellowship and scholarship applications is May 1. 

A number of endowed scholarships are available to MBA students annually. Each scholarship has different criteria, some requiring financial need.  Information can be obtained through the School of Business.

Employer Tuition Benefit
Many employers offer a tuition benefit for their employees.  If you have a tuition benefit program, PLU will work with you and your employer.  For information on how to use your tuition benefit at PLU contact Erika Borell at (253) 535-7124 or at

Military Tuition Benefit
PLU works closely with the military bases to make the PLU MBA possible and convenient for you.  If you are considering PLU and have questions about using your military benefits contact Neshell Chabot at (253) 535-8317 or at

Student Services
For questions about your MBA payment contract, updating your address, removing a hold from your student account or other issues contact Lissa Hendrix in Student Services at (253) 535-7114 or at