Funding & Tuition
Financial Aid Made Easy
Anderson and UNM provide many forms of financial assistance to help you reach your academic and professional goals. The combination of Anderson and UNM scholarships, teaching or project assistantships, on-campus jobs, loans, and other programs makes paying for college more feasible.
Start by completing the FAFSA
Start by completing the FAFSA The first step (for a domestic applicant) in determining your eligibility for need-based financial aid is to complete the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) — follow the Anderson step-by-step instructions to get started. International applicants qualify for scholarships located on the Global Education Office site.
Here's how we help our students
All newly admitted and returning students are considered for the donor-funded Anderson need and merit-based scholarships. Check out our philosophy and process.
Anderson faculty are often in need of support to facilitate research, teaching, and community endeavors. Currently, there are a number of ways to apply to be faculty support for the Anderson School of Management. Student employment opportunities are available for both graduate students and undergraduate students after admission.
UNM provides additional opportunities from many resources, including these offices:
- The Office of Graduate Studies provides many way to receive funding, including UNM scholarships for graduate students and employment opportunities outside of the Anderson department.
- El Centro de La Raza Scholarships
- UNM Alumni Scholarships
- General Funding Opportunities for Graduate Students
- Pivot Funding Database
Opportunities for Accounting Students
Anderson Graduate Program Tuition
Non-Refundable Seat Deposits
- Executive MBA: $400
- MBA for Professionals: $250
The UNM Financial Aid Office can help guide you in all questions related to loans, awards and more.