In December 2017, the University’s Board of Visitors approved a plan enacting tuition increases for entering undergraduate students in the Schools of Architecture, Nursing, Engineering & Applied Science, Leadership and Public Policy (Batten), and the McIntire School.
McIntire Tuition: Maintaining and Enhancing McIntire’s Position as a World Leader in Business Education
The increased revenue supplements state and private resources and is directed to growing McIntire’s exceptional programming and activities that provide invaluable resources and new opportunities for students. The tuition increase allows investments to be immediately made into McIntire student-focused programs and services, including Commerce Career Services; Student Services and academic advising; the Office of Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion; and the School’s information technology support functions. Funds also allow increased course offerings in critical disciplines such as analytics, leadership, and entrepreneurship; innovations in McIntire’s third-year Integrated Core Experience (ICE); and expansion of the School’s diverse global partnerships and study-abroad opportunities.
A Commitment to Affordable Excellence
The McIntire School and the University remain committed to helping students with demonstrated need navigate the increasing costs of higher education. The University meets 100% of demonstrated financial need for all in-state and out-of-state students through a combination of grants, work-study, and need-based loans. It limits need-based loans to $4,500 per year for in-state students and $7,000 per year for out-of-state students.
Through generous private donations, the McIntire School invites all incoming third-year McIntire applicants to apply for almost $350,000 worth of scholarships, awarded to students across the two-year period that they attend McIntire. Financial need is a significant consideration for selection. The McIntire Office of Student Services & Academic Operations will inform applicants to the McIntire School of the application process and timeline.
To Learn More
Students and families with questions regarding the impact of McIntire’s tuition on their financial aid package should contact:
Students with questions about their path to McIntire’s B.S. in Commerce Program should contact:
McIntire Office of Undergraduate Admission
McIntire School of Commerce
University of Virginia
Rouss & Robertson Halls, Suite 142
125 Ruppel Drive
Charlottesville, VA 22903
+1 434-924-3865; firstname.lastname@example.org