University of Southern California

Costs & Financial Aid

Costs

  First-Year   Second-Year
Tuition (based on 2013-2014 tuition) 56,736   47,280
Fees 9,892 (Includes mandatory PRIME fee)   3,792
Books/Supplies 1,350   1,344
  $67,978   $52,416
       
Room/Board* 16,000   16,000
Personal 1,828   1,828
Transportation 2,520   2,520
  $20,348   $20,348
       
Cost of Attendance 88,326   72,764
New Student Orientation Fee 35   N/A
Total Cost $88,361   $72,764

* Please be aware that living expenses can vary greatly, depending on where in Los Angeles you live and your choice of accommodation (in shared housing or on your own).

Fellowships

Thanks to the generosity of alumni, corporations and interested individuals, several merit-based fellowships are awarded to new and returning USC Marshall students.

The Admissions Committee bases fellowship award decisions on a range of criteria, including scholastic merit, leadership, work experience and other characteristics that add value to the academic and social atmosphere of USC Marshall. Two-year awards range from $10,000 to full-tuition remission.

Second-year Dean’s Scholarships are awarded to outstanding students who did not receive a fellowship upon admission to the program. Awards are based on first-year accomplishments, including superior academic performance, leadership initiatives and contributions to the USC and USC Marshall community.

Loans and Financial Aid

Please visit the USC Student Financial Aid website to inquire about Federal Stafford Loans and other loan options.  Additional helpful links include:

USC Student Financial Services

Federal Stafford Loans

USC Tuition Payment Plan

Corporate Tuition Reimbursement

Sponsor Payments/Agency Billing

Marshall Spotlight

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