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Financial Analysis Tuition & Aid

Tuition and Fees

Tuition for Master of Science in Financial Analysis courses is $800 per credit.

A 3-credit course in this program is $2,400. There is also a $250 comprehensive fee per semester. Comprehensive fees help the College to provide students with a variety of services which enhance their academic and student life experiences.

Graduate Assistantships

Graduate Assistantships enable a handful of exceptional students to achieve the master's degree at a fraction of the cost while also undertaking substantive work experience. This appointment reduces the program tuition by two-thirds. In addition, recipients will work with the program director for 16 hours per week, gaining hands-on experience with a practitioner from the financial services industry. Admitted applicants are automatically considered for the two GA appointments available each year.

How Billing Works

Students will receive one paper invoice per term. Updated invoices will be available electronically on CASHNet. CASHNet can be accessed through the My.Gordon.edu site and enables students to:

  • Make Online Payments
  • Add an Authorized User / Payor to the Account
  • View Account Balance and Recent Activity

Payment Methods

1Pay Online through CASHNet:

Payment accepted: Credit Card and Electronic Check (ACH)
How to access CASHNet, or authorize a parent or guardian to make a payment on your account:

CASHNet Instructions

2Mail in a Check:

Gordon College, Student Financial Services, 255 Grapevine Road, Wenham, MA 01984
*Please make check payable to Gordon College and include the student name or ID number in the memo line.

3Pay at the Cashier's Window:

Payment accepted: Cash or Check
Location: MacDonald Hall, Room 205

Loans for Graduate Students

If you would like to apply for loans as a graduate student, click here for more information.

Military & Financing your MSFA

As a U.S. military service member, you have resources available that make the cost of Gordon’s MSFA even more reasonable. As a military veteran, you may have earned benefits through the Post-9/11 GI Bill® and the Yellow Ribbon Program.

The GI Bill provides financial support if you’ve served at least 90 days (in aggregate) on or after September 11, 2001. How much you’re eligible for is based on your length of service. The GI Bill assists with tuition and fees (up to $22,805 per academic year) as well as providing a housing allowance and books/supplies allowance (up to $1,000 annually).

In contrast, Yellow Ribbon Program (YRP) benefits are available only if you are eligible for the 100% payment tier for the GI Bill. Gordon participates in the YRP without limitation on the number of veterans enrolled. If you are YRP-eligible, we contribute $2,500 to fund tuition and fees, and the VA matches that at $2,500.

Combine YRP and GI Bill benefits together at Gordon, and the majority of your costs are covered. Things may vary from veteran to veteran, depending on your personal situation, so if you have any questions, please contact Gordon Admissions at .


Student Financial Services
Gordon College, 255 Grapevine Road, Wenham, MA 01984
P 978 867 4246   |   E sfs@gordon.edu   |   F 888 965 0658


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