MACC Tuition and Financial Aid
Full-Time Master of Accounting Program Costs
(Academic Year 2023-2024)
The estimated tuition and fees for the entire program are as follows:
Tuition — $83,980Program Fees — $1,800 (estimated at $600 per semester)
Student Government Fee — $300* (estimated at $100 per semester)
*Student Government Fees are subject to increase over the course of the program.
Health Insurance Requirement
Washington University has a health insurance requirement for all full-time, degree-seeking students. Under this requirement, students must either purchase the Washington University Student Health Insurance Plan or prove they have adequate coverage through another plan. If you do not demonstrate that you have adequate coverage from another plan, you will be automatically enrolled in the Washington University Student plan and billed accordingly. The cost of the Washington University Health Insurance Plan will be published once the rates are finalized. For planning purposes, the historical cost for a 12-month student policy has been around $2,000. Additional information can be found at the Student Health Services website.
Funding Your Degree
Students are encouraged to take a proactive role in planning for their financial success while pursuing their degree. Opportunities include but are not limited to:
Although many financial service resources are available online, we know there is no substitute for a personal conversation—whether it be for be for a quick question or a more detailed discussion. If at any time you have questions or concerns, please do not hesitate to contact us via email at firstname.lastname@example.org or by phone at 314-935-7301.
Appointments are available upon request.
Scholarships & Awards
Are you an Alumni of Washington University? This award is granted to support students enrolled in Olin Business School who are alumni of WashU.
Are you employed at a non-profit 501(c)3 company doing work that’s changing the world, for good? Applicants with nonprofit leadership skills may qualify for the Nonprofit Scholarship Program.
Women’s Leadership Scholarship
At Olin, we believe that inclusive cultures and organizations with gender diversity achieve superior outcomes. We strive to advance women in leadership to encourage equity in opportunity and compensation. We reinforce our commitment to increasing representation for women in business by considering all applicants for the Women’s Leadership Scholarship.
Olin is a full participant in the Yellow Ribbon program offering supplemental government funding for your graduate degree. Limited scholarship opportunities are also available for qualified veteran applicants.
Diversity, Equity and Inclusion Scholarship
WashU Olin celebrates conscientious leadership and those who take extreme care to act in accordance with what is right and what is wrong. This scholarship is open to any individual with a demonstrated commitment to advancing diversity, equity and inclusion in their workplace and community. We seek leaders with an appreciation of differences and those who are determined to do more.
St. Louis Start-Up Scholarship
At WashU Olin, we foster an entrepreneurial spirit. Individuals who are focused on innovation, identify business solutions that advance society, generate growth of new markets and seek to inspire thoughtful change in the St. Louis region are eligible for the St. Louis Start-Up Scholarship.
Scholarships are limited. Reach out to your recruiter with questions. Email email@example.com or call 314-935-7301.