Tuition & Financial Aid
Tuition rates and fees are subject to change each semester. Please visit the Office of the Controller and Treasurer's website, where you will find the current tuition rates and fees listed on the tab for each campus, including Online Education.
Bachelor of Applied Science
Tuition Remission Program
If you are teaching in an applied science or technology field at a community college and enrolled in the Bachelor of Applied Science program at any of our campuses, you are eligible to apply for our BAS Tuition Remission Program.
If selected, you will receive a 50% tuition and fees remission each semester you are enrolled in the BAS program and continue to teach at a community college. Additionally, if you are a non-resident student, you are eligible for our in-state tuition rate and 50% remission while enrolled in the BAS program and teaching in an applied science or technology field at a community college. By receiving this remission, you are not eligible for university scholarships; however, you can still receive financial aid. To apply for this remission program, please upload your employment letter in your application portal upon admission.
Financial aid is available for those who qualify. To determine eligibility, you must file a Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) each year. Please visit the Student Financial Aid website for more details and instructions for filing your FAFSA.
Mississippi State has a variety of academic scholarships for community college transfers working towards their first bachelor’s degree including scholarships for Phi Theta Kappa, Phi Theta Kappa All-Mississippi Academic Team, and overall academic excellence. Please visit the Office of Admissions and Scholarships website for more information about each scholarship and application instructions. Be sure to check the dates as most scholarships have application deadlines.
For scholarship information specific to online students, please visit https://online.msstate.edu/scholarships/.