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Tuition and Financial Aid at Brandeis University

College is a huge investment. We are committed to providing accelerated higher educational experiences that offer a return on your investment.

We support students through the financial aid process and offer tuition discounts to corporate partners and convenient payment plans for eligible students.

With the help of our team, you’ll learn about financial aid eligibility and be confident about making financial decisions to achieve your career goals. Your financial aid options may include federal loans based on the FAFSA.

Explore tuition information below.

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Financial Aid Options


You may qualify for federal loans or grants. To determine financial aid eligibility, complete the FAFSA as soon as possible. You will be asked for our school code, which is 002133.


Many loan options are available to students. Consider federal loans offered through your FAFSA application or explore private loans.

Grants & Scholarships

Online students may qualify for grants. You can also apply for third-party scholarships to help fund your education.

Military Benefits

Brandeis offers a 15% tuition discount for active-duty U.S. military service members, veterans and spouses of active-duty U.S. military service members.

Employer Tuition Benefits

Many employers offer tuition reimbursement or other financial support to employees. Contact your company to determine tuition benefits. Please be advised that tuition reimbursement constitutes a private arrangement between employer and employee. Your employer may have grade requirements or additional processes and paperwork. Full payment of tuition and fees must be received at the time of registration, regardless of the terms of such an arrangement between the employer and employee. In some instances, a letter of credit may be provided by an employer, allowing payment to come after a course is completed. Be sure to speak with your employer about how to move forward with tuition benefits.

In addition, we have more than 20 corporate partnerships that provide eligibility for discounted tuition. Contact us for more information about this convenient option for paying for your degree at 781-352-4318.

Ways an Online Degree Benefits You and Your Employer

Your choice to earn a degree results in benefits for both you and your company. Here’s how.


In our programs, you’ll learn critical thinking and communication skills that will help you be the best leader you can be.

Applied learning.

Our relevant, expertly designed programs allow you to take the skills you’re learning and apply them immediately to your work.


Our part-time, online options ensure that you can still meet your commitments to your company.

Talent development.

You’ll develop your skills so your organization doesn’t have to hire new talent to fill needs.

New perspectives.

Through the diversity of perspectives in your courses, you’ll bring new ideas to your organization.

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At Brandeis University, we’re committed to offering affordable, accessible, and high-quality online degree programs. We also believe in transparency, avoiding hidden costs whenever possible.

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*The Tuition Calculator is based on programmatic information provided by Brandeis University and information you provide. All financial calculations should be taken as potential estimations and not actuals. These figures do not include additional fees and expenses (e.g., textbooks, technology fees, supplies, etc.). The use of this calculator is not an application for admission or financial aid. Please consult with an admissions team member to get a more accurate sense of total tuition or request additional information.