Bentley University offers federal loan funds and may award institutional grant funds to supplement your ability to pay. Here you'll find information about the application process, deadlines and available options. If you need additional information, please contact our office; we are committed to providing the best possible guidance for financing this exciting investment in your future.
Cost and Billing
Payment for tuition is due by the first day of classes each semester and may be paid by check, MasterCard, VISA, Discover or electronic check. The Student Financial Services website also contains a breakdown of all potential tuition and fee charges.
Bentley offers a full-time or part-time payment plan. Please visit the Student Financial Service website or contact the office by email at GA_sfs@bentley.edu for additional information. Student Financial Services is located in the Rauch Administration Building, Room 132 or can be reached by calling 781.891.2162.
There are a variety of loan programs available for students interested in enrolling in the McCallum Graduate School of Business. Students who meet basic federal eligibility requirements are entitled to borrow up to $20,500 per academic year in the Federal Unsubsidized Direct Loan Program (formerly called the Stafford loan program). In addition, students who qualify can secure student loan financing through private lenders. Bentley requests information from lenders who represent the highest volume of loans for our students. The lenders we have listed were chosen because of their competitive interest rates, borrower benefits, and track record of superior customer service. You should consult each lender to confirm current loan program details.
Financial Aid For Students Who Are Eligible For Tuition Remission
Bentley employees and their dependents who are eligible for tuition remission benefits may not combine this benefit with graduate merit scholarship in any given term. Submission of the tuition reimbursement form will replace awarded scholarship in that term. Dependents eligible for the tuition remission benefit may combine this benefit with awarded graduate assistantship to participate in the work component of their merit award.