Estimated Academic and Living Expenses

Simon has prepared an estimated budget for tuition and living expenses based on this year's rates, but fees typically increase from year to year, so please plan accordingly. The Admissions Office will communicate updated fees via email when they are announced in April.

Financial Aid 

For additional information regarding your financial aid options, please visit the Graduate Programs Financial Aid Website. To identify your financial aid counselor, please click here.

After confirming your enrollment at Simon, please use FAOnline to access your financial aid information any time, anywhere.

For students interested in the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA), please visit their website.

Student Employment

We want our students to gain the most from their graduate school experience through involvement in the many learning opportunities offered locally and globally. Employment obligations, aside from the relevant project work and internships, can take away from the experience. Most students find that life as a Simon Business School student is very demanding.

Students may work up to 20 hours per week, however only a small percentage of our students pursue campus employment due to the academic rigor of the program, as well as the time typically allocated to extra-curricular activities and the internship/employment search.

Simon Graduate Assistant (GA) positions are available on a selective basis to some MS students. An interview and selection process is typically used for GA roles in administrative offices. There are also opportunities within the University for on-campus student employment.  

Note: International students may NOT work off-campus during the first nine months of their program as governed by the Bureau of Citizenship and Immigration. Thereafter, authorization to work off-campus is required for summer internships or during the academic year.

Additional Resources

For any questions related to tuition fees and billing, please visit the Bursar's website

US Department of Education (Domestic Students only - those who qualify for US Government funding):

International Students: OFAC Sanctions - students from sanctioned countries listed with the United States Treasury Department's Office of Foreign Assets Control (OFAC) are not eligible for the private education line of credit. All applicants from these countries are strongly cautioned to be prepared to make their own financial arrangements to attend Simon. Please continue to the OFAC website for a complete list of sanctioned countries.

Refer to the Enrollment Guide for your next step.