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Theresa S. Falcon Executive MBA Program
Baker Hall 123
(309) 677-2256
lstuffle@bradley.edu

"Bradley University’s Executive MBA course content, with its focus on leadership development, refined my leadership ability and further defined my leadership style.  The leadership component coupled with the business fundamentals learned in the program has made me a more effective leader in the work place, home setting, and within my community."

Chad Hale
National Accounts Manager
Snap-On Industrial

Financial Aid

Bradley University's Executive MBA Program offers three loan programs to U.S. citizens and U.S. permanent residents only. Limited scholarships are also available, and all students are automatically considered for scholarships when applying for admission.

Scholarships

The following scholarships are available for Executive MBA students who are admitted unconditionally into the program.  Applicants for all scholarships must complete a Free Application for Student Aid (FAFSA).

Theresa S. Falcon Scholarship

Through the generosity of Theresa S. Falcon, M.D., FACOG, MBA, an endowed gift to Bradley University will provide scholarship support to the Theresa S. Falcon Executive MBA. Click here to apply.

Company Loyalty Scholarship

This scholarship will be given to those students whose companies have sponsored at least three students in the EMBA program regardless of the year and whose companies paid at least 10% of their tuition. An application form will be required for each prospective student requesting this award. A signature from the company sponsor will be required indicating that the company has committed to paying at least part of the tuition. This scholarship cannot be combined with any other scholarship except for the Theresa S. Falcon Scholarship, if eligible. Click here to apply.

Non-Profit/Government/Education Scholarship

This scholarship will be given to students who are currently employed for a non-profit organization including governmental and educational institutions. An application form will be required for each prospective student requesting this award. This scholarship cannot be combined with any other scholarship except for the Theresa S. Falcon Scholarship, if eligible. Click here to apply.

Dean's EMBA Scholarship

This scholarship will be given to admitted EMBA students who have a financial need. To determine eligibility, students will be required to submit a FAFSA application in addition to an application form from Bradley University. Applicants will be ranked according to need. This scholarship cannot be combined with any other scholarship except the Theresa S. Falcon Scholarship, if eligible. Click here to apply.

Federal Direct Stafford Student loan

The Federal Direct Stafford loan is available to U.S. citizens and U.S. permanent residents who enroll in two or more courses each quarter. The loan program has a subsidized and an unsubsidized part. The annual Federal Direct Stafford loan amount, including both subsidized and unsubsidized amounts, is $20,500. All students who apply for and meet the federal eligibility requirements can receive the Federal Direct Stafford loan regardless of income. The financial aid office will determine the amount (up to $20,500 in one year) and type (subsidized or unsubsidized) of loan the student is qualified to receive. There is a 10-year repayment period and no penalty for prepayment.

The maximum subsidized Federal Direct Stafford loan is $8,500. The subsidized part is based on financial need as determined by the financial aid office. The interest rate is fixed at 6.8 percent for the life of the loan. The interest is paid by the federal government while the student is enrolled in school and up to six months after graduation or leaving school.

The unsubsidized Stafford loan is not based on financial need. The interest rate is 6.8 percent and begins to accrue when the loan funds are disbursed to the student. The maximum unsubsidized loan amount is $12,000 if the student receives the $8,500 subsidized amount (or $20,500 if the student does not qualify for the $8,500 subsidized amount).

Federal Direct GradPLUS loan

The Federal Direct GradPlus loan is a credit-based federal loan that can be used to supplement the Federal Direct Stafford loan. The interest rate is fixed at 7.9 percent, and there is a 4 percent fee. Students can borrow the cost of attendance (set by the financial aid office) minus all other financial assistance. There is a 10-year repayment period and no penalty for prepayment.

Private, credit-based alternative loan

A private, credit-based alternative loan can be used instead of the Federal Direct GradPLUS loan to supplement the Federal Direct Stafford loan. The interest rate is set by the lender. Interest begins to accrue with the first disbursement of funds. Students can borrow the cost of attendance (set by the financial aid office) minus all other financial assistance. The repayment terms are set by the lender.

Contact Information

For additional information on financial aid, please contact Lisa Stufflebeam, Director, at lstuffle@bradley.edu or 309-677-3549.