Future Students: Graduates
Schreiner University currently offers two post-baccalaureate degree programs:
Masters in Business Administration (MBA)
2014-2015: MBA program cost is $598/credit hour and applicable fees and books. Most students register for 6- 9 credit hours per semester.
Masters in Education (MEd)
2014-2015: MEd program cost is $489/credit hour and applicable fees and books. Most students register for 12 + credit hours per semester.
Students are eligible to apply for federal direct student loans, which generally covers the full cost of the program. The student must submit a FAFSA to Schreiner University to start the process.
Students in the MEd program are eligible to apply for the Teach Grant, which is a grant with service obligations. It was originally a $4000 per year grant but the government has been reducing it slightly over recent semesters so see the Financial Aid office for the most recent numbers. It does reverts to a loan if you don’t complete the service agreement. Read about the Federal Requirements before contacting the Office of Financial Aid for more information.
In addition, we offer an Outside Scholarship Program where our Financial Aid office actively works with students applying for outside scholarships. Before you are an active Schreiner student, there are a couple of ways for you to get this information. You can "friend" us on Facebook and receive those notifications or you can watch for our group emails to come out. Due to limited time of enrollment for graduate students, you should get involved in this process as soon as possible.
Graduate students are also eligible to pay their expenses using payment plans and other payment options offered by the Financial Services Office.
Please contact the Financial Aid office with any questions. You can reach us at email@example.com, 1-800-343-4919 or 830-792-7217, or visit us in person in the Welcome Center. Our office is open Monday – Friday from 8am – 5pm.
We are here to help you through this process.
The Office of Financial Aid at Schreiner University is committed to assisting students in obtaining the best financial aid award possible. However, it is the student’s responsibility to comply with all requirements necessary to complete the financial aid process. In addition, the Office of Financial Aid is not responsible for the student's financial obligations to Schreiner University. Each student must verify their account balance and make arrangements for any amounts not covered by financial aid.