Lead with a degree from a prestigious college you can AFFORD.
Making the decision to continue your education and advance your career is a significant one, and one that involves both time and financial investment. Millsaps is committed to helping you navigate through the process of applying for financial aid, both federal and state, and loans, grants, and scholarships.
In addition to the scholarships and graduate assistantship opportunities, below are other funding opportunities available to you.
MILITARY PROGRAMS AND FUNDING
The Office of Records is the primary contact for military education benefits. Quentin Ransburg serves as the School Certifying Official (SCO) for our military programs and Yellow Ribbon Program and can answer any questions you may have. He can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org or via phone at 601-974-1125. His office is located in the Academic Complex, Room 142.
Create a free profile and research scholarships available to you based on your academic studies, organization memberships, and career interests.
STUDENT ALTERNATIVE LOANS
To fill the gap between financial aid and cost of attendance, graduate students may pursue Alternative Loan Funding.
MILLSAPS PAYMENT PLANS
We accept many payment methods and offer several payment options to fit your needs. All students must have their balance paid in full or enrolled in a payment plan prior to the due date for each term.
Many companies will reimburse tuition in whole or in part to an employee who successfully completes courses that bear a relationship to his/her job. Contact your personnel or employee training office to learn your company’s policy.
Federal Direct Loans
Graduate students, enrolled for six or more semester hours during a term, are eligible to apply for Federal Direct Loans. These loans require submission of the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) and have both annual and lifetime aggregate limits.
Annual Maximum Amount of Unsubsidized Loans: $20,500
Lifetime Aggregate Loan Limits: Graduate/Professional Students can borrow a maximum total of $138,500 (of which no more than $65,500 can be subsidized loans). These graduate loan limits include all loans borrowed as an undergraduate.
For additional information about Federal Loans, go to FAFSA Facts & Fiction.
Direct PLUS Loan
The U.S. Department of Education makes Direct PLUS Loans to eligible graduate or professional students through schools participating in the Direct Loan Program. A Direct PLUS Loan is commonly referred to as a grad PLUS loan when made to a graduate or professional student.