Fall 2017 Tuition MFin & MQF

This information is applicable to the following programs: 
Tuition: 
The following is tuition and fee information for the 2017-2018 academic year.

MFin in College Park In-State Resident, and

MFin in Washington, DC, All Residents

$1,538 (per credit)
MFin in College Park
Out-of-State Resident
$2,056 (per credit)

Tuition and fees are subject to change each academic year. 

Fees: 

Tech Fee
(Per semester for any student taking off-site campus courses)

8 or Fewer Credits - $76.00

9 or More Credits - $152.00

MS Association Fee
(MS Students Only - Fall and Spring Semesters)

$75.00

College Park Mandatory Fee*
(Per semester for any student taking College Park courses)

8 or Fewer Credits - $440.50

9 or More Credits - $795.00

Tuition and fees are subject to change each academic year.

Fee Breakdown: 

The following is a breakdown of fees for any student taking one or more College Park courses

Item≤ 8 College Park credits> 8 College Park credits
Athletics$68.00$68.00
Shuttle Bus$51.00$101.50
Student Union $84.50$169.00
Student Activities$17.50$17.50
Recreation Services$97.00$194.00
Performing Arts & Cultural Center$21.00$42.00
Health Center Fee$21.00$42.00
Student Facilities Fee$4.50$9.00
Technology Fee$76.00$152.00
$440.50$795.00
Deadlines: 
If you are registered for class:Payment is due:
By July 25, 2017By August 20, 2017
After July 26, 2017By September 20, 2017
Billing & Payment: 

Visit the Office of the Bursar for information on how to make tuition payments.

To view your bill on-line please visit: http://www.testudo.umd.edu/

  1. Click on: Financials in the left hand sidebar
  2. Click on: Student Account Inquiry and Bill Payment
  3. Log-in using your Directory ID and password

If you would like to request an itemized bill, please click here

Notes: 

Tuition and fees are subject to change and annual increases.

MFin students are charged on a per credit basis.

Any MFin student coded as a non-resident will pay the MFin out-of-state tuition rate for courses taken at College Park.

Study trips, study abroad and external agreements (Consortium, Inter-Institutional, etc.) classes are charged tuition based on the student’s residency classification.

Students enrolled in College Park courses, study trips, study abroad and external agreements (Consortium, Inter-Institutional, etc.) will pay applicable College Park fees.

Tuition Remission for Students Holding GA/TA Positions: 

Students holding graduate assistantship positions within the University should note that the practice of awarding 5 or 10 credits of tuition remission does not apply to the MBA/MS Programs. Due to differential tuition, MBA students receive a tuition credit that is valued at the prevailing standard in-state per credit rate of $683* .

In the Fall and Spring, students on 10-12 hour graduate assistantship positions will receive a tuition credit of approximately $3,415 per semester (5 x $683) and students on 20 hour GA positions will receive a tuition credit of $6,830 (10 x $683).

Graduate Assistants wishing to enroll in the winter will receive a tuition credit of $1,366 (2 x $683) if they hold a 10-12 hour position and $2,732 (4 x $683) if they hold a 20 hour position.

All Graduate Assistants will be classified as in-state for tuition purposes.

Fee waivers associated with tuition remission do not apply to Robert H. Smith School of Business fees.

*Rates may change for the next academic year.