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Financial Benefits

Application fee waiver

In recognition of your service, the Broad program will gladly waive your application fee. Before you submit your application, send an email to Paul North for instructions on the application fee waiver.

G.I. Bill

Veterans eligible for Ch. 33 entitlements should review this MBA Ch. 33 Guide before matriculating at Broad to ensure you properly receive your benefits. Navigating the GI Bill process can be confusing. Please feel free to contact one of our current students for help with this process.

Yellow Ribbon Program

Michigan State University proudly participates in the Yellow Ribbon Program. Combined with your Post 9/11 GI Bill benefits, this program allows eligible veterans to earn their MBA effectively free of tuition.

Broad scholarships

In addition to the financial benefits you have earned as a veteran, you will be eligible for financial assistance through the Broad MBA program. Once admitted, the admissions staff automatically evaluates your application for additional financial incentives, which are awarded on a competitive basis. More than one-third of current veterans at Broad are receiving merit-based financial assistance from the college. If you are 100 percent eligible for the Post 9/11 GI Bill and are awarded a scholarship, not only will you receive your education for no charge, but Broad will actually pay you to earn your MBA.

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