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Explore Financing Options for Your UOnline Degree

At UOnline, we won’t let finances get in the way of achieving your degree. With financial aid at your disposal, almost no UOnline student ends up paying full price for their education. Depending on your program, you could save up to 50% on tuition. Learn more about your options below or visit the University of Miami online financial assistance site.

Tuition and Aid

At the University of Miami, we recognize the hard work that got you to where you are. We know our students are dedicated to taking the next step in their careers and we are here to help. We’re proud to offer a tuition waiver to every accepted UOnline student. That’s right – if you qualify for the degree, you qualify for the waiver. It’s that simple.



What Most Students Pay

Doctor of Education in Applied Learning Sciences 45 $68,310
Master of Science in Education Sport Administration 30 $45,540
Master of Science in Data Analytics and Program Evaluation 30 $37,950
Master of Public Administration 36 $54,648
Master of Arts in Live Entertainment Management 30 $45,540
Master of Arts in Music Industry 30 $45,540
Master of Arts in Popular Music Pedagogy 30 $37,950
Master of Music in Media Scoring and Production 30 $37,950
Master of Science in Finance 32 $59,101

We also offer financial assistance to University of Miami alumni and employees, as well as active-duty military members and veterans. Contact an enrollment advisor today and see how much you can save.

Contact an Enrollment Advisor About Financial Aid

If you live in the U.S., you may be eligible for a federal loan. It is recommended that you complete your Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) as soon as possible. The application process takes about 30 minutes to complete. You will need the University of Miami School Codes:

FAFSA: 001536
GRE: 5815

You can find financial aid deadlines on our admissions page and learn about financial aid opportunities for online graduate students by visiting the University of Miami online financial assistance site.

These loans are funded by the government and have an annual maximum of the cost of attendance minus other student aid. There is no assumed grace period. However, you can contact the lender to request one. Good credit history or no credit history is required (no delinquent accounts or bankruptcy). The repayment period is 10 to 25 years (options available).

You can apply on the FAFSA website, with a Master Promissory Note (MPN) - in which you promise to repay your loan (approximately 30 minutes). You will also need to complete the direct PLUS Application (approximately 20 minutes).

Ways to Pay

You know what works for you. Choose how to pay for your UOnline program. You can discuss your circumstances and preferred method of payment with an enrollment advisor.


Through the Monthly Payment Plan, term tuition payment is divided into 4 monthly payments for the Fall and Spring terms. The Summer term payment schedule is divided into 2 monthly payments.

Per Semester

Students must pay each term in full before they will be registered for the next term.

In Full

Immediately after students have been registered into class, their tuition bill will be available in their student center through Canelink. Payment in full is due or arrangements to pay finalized by the 1st day of the 1st class of each term.