MAPW Costs and Financial Aid
KSU’s Master of Arts in Professional Writing has a lower cost than many of its competitors. Check “Graduate Tuition and Fees” on the current tuition and fees page.
Explore Your Financial Aid Options
- Check Graduate College Financial Aid and the Office for Student Financial Aid
- Check the CHSS scholarships on the CHSS Resource web page for assistance specific to College of Humanities and Social Sciences students.
- Some companies and organizations offer tuition reimbursement as an employee benefit. Check with your organization’s human resources office.
- University System of Georgia employees may be eligible to receive funding from TAP (Tuition Assistance Program). See TAP policies, forms, and deadlines.
- Georgians 62 years or older may apply for the Senior Citizen Tuition Waiver. Contact the KSU Bursar's Office for information.
Becoming a Graduate Assistant Can Reduce Costs; Priority Deadline is February 1
You can apply to be a Graduate Teaching (GTA) or Research Assistant (GRA). Qualified applicants receive tuition waivers and an annual stipend ranging from $2,200-$5,500 per semester.
Priority deadline for being considered for Graduate Assistantships is February 1 for the following academic year.
Learn more at Graduate Assistantships.
Apply for the Double Owl Pathway Program
Qualified KSU undergraduate students can begin graduate studies at KSU in their junior year and simultaneously satisfy requirements for the bachelor's and master's degree. Learn more about the Double Owl Pathway Program.
On campus housing options may be available. See housing information.
Numerous off-campus apartments and townhouses are near the Kennesaw and Marietta campuses, and their costs vary greatly.
International students who may need special assistance locating housing should contact Lissa Small at email@example.com/ 470-578-6142