Reasonable cost and strong financial resources are two major benefits of the Master of Arts in Higher Education program. The program provides funding for students’ study away experiences (MHE students are responsible for purchasing personal items such as necessary travel documents, required immunizations, luggage fees, gifts, etc.) and provides financial support to attend a regional or national professional conference, or other aspects of the student’s professional development plan in the student’s second year. The apprenticeship host department also provides students with membership in a professional association and travel grants to attend state or regional conferences in their first year. In addition, there are no student fees for student activities, parking, technology, recreational facility, and cultural/athletic events, etc.
The Elon Master of Arts in Higher Education’s tuition cost for 2023-2024 is $17,238, with an added health service fee of $215. Tuition will not increase for the student’s second year. Additionally, all full-time students are required to maintain adequate medical insurance during their enrollment at Elon University. More information on the health insurance requirement can be found on this website. There is a significant amount of funding for scholarships awarded to qualified applicants.