Financial Aid

Unsubsidized Stafford Loans

Financial aid is available from the federal government to students who qualify. This aid is provided in the form of Unsubsidized Stafford Loans by submitting an application via the FAFSA – Free Application for Federal Student Aid.

Students may apply for this funding online at www.fafsa.gov after they have completed taxes for the year prior to when they will start their program. For example, a student starting the program in Fall 2019 would complete the FAFSA with information from their 2018 tax return. For additional information, contact the UVU Financial Aid Department at 801-863-8442.

 

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Western Regional Graduate Program

This program grants resident tuition rates to individuals who meet the following four conditions:

  • Be enrolled in the MFPA program
  • Be a legal resident of one of the following states or territories: Alaska, Arizona, California, Colorado, Hawaii, Idaho, Montana, Nevada, New Mexico, North Dakota, Oregon, South Dakota, Washington, Wyoming, the Commonwealth of Northern Mariana Islands, and Guam
  • Have (and maintain) a 3.0 cumulative GPA
  • Provide a copy of a valid driver's license from the state of residency

Visit the graduate page for more information. WRGP Information.

Those who are interested in applying for this tuition waiver program should reach out to the MFPA Program Manager at MFPA@uvu.edu.

Out of State Tuition Waivers

The MFPA program has a limited number of out of state tuition waivers. If you are interested in an out-of-state tuition waiver, you will need to first contact the admission office regarding residency. Available to Full Time - Fall start students. Waivers are given based on merit.

Additional Options to Help Cover Tuition

There are several resources available online which may provide additional options to help cover the cost of tuition. While UVU does not endorse any particular company, additional funding information may be found at one of the links below.

College Affordability Guide Extensive financial aid guide including federal aid, public and private loans, payment plans, and more.

Go Grad - Financing Your MFPA Degree Comprehensive list of scholarships and resources for writing a successful application.

Graduation Information

In order to graduate with a Master of Financial Planning and Analytics degree, students must do the following:

  • Complete 36 credits of approved credits with no grade lower than a "C".
  • Earn a 3.0 or higher, grade point average in the graduate program.
  • Apply for graduation by the dates posted at Graduation Page.
  • Gain final approval for graduation from the MFPA Graduate Committee of the Woodbury School of Business.
  • Complete all other program and university requirements.

Graduate Exam Information

At the discretion of the MFPA admissions committee, there is no graduate exam required at this time.

However, they reserve the right to reinstitute a graduate exam as a program requirement in the future.