University of Southern California



  First-Year**   Second-Year**
Tuition (based on 2014-2015 tuition) 59,184   49,320
Fees 10,000   4,000
Books/Supplies 1,350   1,344
Room/Board* 17,889   17,889
Personal 2,000   2,000
Transportation 2,800   2,800
Total Cost $93,223   $77,353
* 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).
** The numbers provided are approximations.


William J. Schoen

Schoen Family Scholarship Program for Veterans

Who’s Eligible- Full-time and MBA.PM students who have received an honorable discharge from the U.S. Armed Forces and served a minimum of three years of continuous, full-time, active duty in the last ten years. Learn more about the Schoen Family.


Thanks to the generosity of alumni, corporate partners and donors, several merit-based scholarships are awarded to USC Marshall students. All applicants are considered for scholarship opportunities; there is no separate application process for scholarships offered to incoming USC Marshall students.

The Admissions Committee bases scholarship 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 scholarship 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 & Financial Aid


USC is a participant of the Yellow Ribbon GI Education Enhancement Program. Visit the USC Office of Veteran Affairs for more information.

Loans and Financial Aid

Please visit the USC Student Financial Aid website to inquire about Federal Stafford Loans and other loan options. International students are not eligible to receive federal financial aid, which includes Stafford and Perkins loans. However, international students may qualify for private loans if they have a U.S. co-signer. Additional helpful links include: