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MBA Tuition and Aid

Tuition and Fees

MBA COST PER CREDIT $499
COURSE FEES varies
APPLICATION FEE $50
TUITION DEPOSIT $200
TECHNOLOGY FEE $40
GRADUATION FEE $130

Full-Tuition Scholarship

Each semester the Hoff School of Business will randomly select one individual to be the recipient of a full-tuition scholarship. Applicants are helping spread the word about Corban’s one-year MBA through social media. To be considered eligible for the contest, an individual will:

1) Have a completed application for the Hoff MBA.
2) Post a message on social media (Facebook, Instagram, LinkedIn, or Twitter).
3) Complete both elements by the final deadline for the semester.
See eligibility details and deadlines.

Completion Scholarship

  • Students enrolling in the Hoff MBA will be eligible to receive the completion scholarship – a $1000 scholarship awarded in the student’s final semester and applied toward the tuition of their final MBA
    class. Students will receive a scholarship certificate as they enter the program, and may redeem their scholarship by presenting that certificate to the Corban Financial Aid Office in their final semester.
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    The completion scholarship may only be stacked with the visit scholarship. Athletic scholarships, academic scholarships, or employee tuition benefits will take precedence over the completion scholarship and cannot be combined with the completion scholarship.
  • The scholarship may not be used for any other program or graduate classes. The scholarship will be awarded in full and may not be divided between semesters.
  • The student will be responsible for alerting Financial Aid of their award and presenting the certificate when they enter the final semester of the Hoff MBA.
  • A student who is not actively enrolled in courses for more than 1 year (3 semesters) will forfeit their scholarship.
  • The student will be issued a certificate – by mail and by email – that they must present to the Financial Aid Office in order to receive the scholarship.
  • The $1000 scholarship may only be applied to a student’s final MBA course.

Visit Scholarship

Ask us how you can qualify for a $500 scholarship by visiting campus.

Federal Student Aid

To find out what types of federal student aid you qualify for, your first step is to fill out the FAFSA. SPS students may qualify for the Pell Grant and both subsidized and unsubsidized student loans.

Oregon Student Access Commission

Oregon students may qualify for state specific scholarships and grants. Oregon Student Access Commission

Military Benefits

Take advantage of Tuition Assistance, the GI Bill®, and VA benefits. www.gibill.va.gov

‘‘GI Bill® is a registered trademark of the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs (VA). More information about education benefits offered by VA is available at the official U.S. government Web site at http://www.benefits.va.gov/gibill.”

Employer Educational Assistance

Check with your employer about tuition benefits for employees. Many employers have tuition assistance or tuition reimbursement plans.

Payment Plan

Talk to the Corban Financial Services Office about making monthly payments on your student account instead of paying your tuition in a one lump sum at the beginning of each semester.

For more information on paying for your education, read our Top 10 Ways to Fund Your Education ebook.