Financial Aid Information
The Graduate School of Commerce assists students in meeting
the cost of education through a range of scholarships, fellowships, assistantships,
loans, work-study, payment plans, and employer sponsored tuition remission programs.
U.S. Citizens and permanent residents who are seeking any type
of financial aid through the University must file (1) a Free Application for
Federal Student Aid (FAFSAA), (2) a University Graduate Financial Aid Form and
(3) a Departmental Funding Request. The required FASFAA and University Graduate
Financial Aid forms can be obtained directly from the Office of Student Financial
Assistance, P.O. Box 400204, University of Virginia, Charlottesville, VA 22904-4204,
(434) 982-6000, or via their website at www.virginia.edu/financialaid. The required
Departmental scholarship and assistantship forms can be obtained from the Graduate
School of Commerce website at www.commerce.virginia.edu.
Availability of departmental funds for international students
is limited and varies by program.
Applicants will not be considered for financial assistance
until they have been admitted to the Graduate School of Commerce and submitted
the required documentation. Admissions decisions are made without regard to
an applicants financial situation. Please see individual programs for
information on specific scholarships and GTA requirements.
Departmental Financial Aid Please see individual program
description for further information and application instructions.
Veterans Benefits The Office of the University
Registrar is the University liaison with the Veterans Administration in matters
concerning educational benefits available to veterans and war orphans under
the provisions of Chapters 34 and 35 of Title 38 USC (Cold War G.I. Bill). This
office provides information and furnishes application forms on request. Please
address inquiries regarding educational benefits available through the Veterans
Administration to the Office of the University Registrar, Carruthers Hall, (434)
Tuition Waiver Program Due to the cohort driven format of the
M.S. degree programs, the Graduate School of Commerce does not participate in
the University of Virginia Tuition Waiver program for University employees.
Interested applicants employed at the University of Virginia should contact
the admissions office to determine whether any special tuition assistance may