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Financing Your Education

The Sport Management Master's Program is a 23-month, 36 unit program. The 2015-2016 tuition rate is $1,245 per unit.

Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA)

The following FAFSA instructions are specific to Sport Management students who seek a federal student loan. If you start the program in spring 2015 you will file the 2014-2015 Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA). U.S. students who start in summer 2015 admission need to file the 2014-2015 FAFSA by June 1, 2015. This deadline ensures that your summer 2015 aid eligibility is processed by the USF Financial Aid Office by the beginning of your Summer semester.

Once notified of your 2014-2015 loan eligibility for summer 2015 enrollment, you should then file a FAFSA 2015-2016 renewal as soon as possible so that your aid eligibility is extended for the entire next academic year. If you have financial aid-related questions, please contact the University of San Francisco's Office of Financial Aid.

Sport Management students who apply for financial aid should note the following tables, which outline the required FAFSA cycles.

Students who start in July 2015 (summer cohort) follow this cycle:
Start Date End Date Units Semester FAFSA Cycle
July 2015      Aug 2015 3 Summer 2015 2014-2015
Sept 2015 Dec 2015 6 Fall 2015 2015-2016
Jan 2016 April 2016 6 Spring 2016 2015-2016
May 2016 Aug 2016 5 Summer 2016 2015-2016
Sept 2016 Dec 2016 10 Fall 2016 2016-2017
Jan 2017 May 2017 6 Spring 2016 2016-2017

Students who start in January 2016 (spring cohort) follow this cycle:
Start Date End Date 
Units Semester 
FAFSA Cycle 
Jan 2016 April 2016 6 Spring 2016 2015-2016
May 2016 Aug 2016 6 Summer 2016 2015-2016
Sept 2016 Dec 2016 10 Fall 2016 2016-2017
Jan 2017 April 2017 5 Spring 2017 2016-2017
May 2017 July 2017 3 Summer 2017 2016-2017
Aug 2017 Dec 2017 6 Fall 2017 2017-2018

Scholarships

The Sport Management Master's Program awards a limited number of merit-based scholarships to incoming students. These scholarships are a one-time award and are used to cover tuition costs in a students first or second semester of the Sport Management Program. These scholarships do not require a separate application; all students admitted to the Sport Management Program are considered during the admission decision process.

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