Tuition & Aid

At $575 per credit hour, the MACSL program is very affordable.

Tuition$575 per credit hour

Master’s program students at Randolph are charged $575 per credit hour.

The coaching and sport leadership program consists of 36 credit hours, which, if completed in a single year, would result in a $20,700 annual tuition cost.

Required Fees

  • Room & Board (on-campus only): $5,715 (fall and spring), $2,667 (summer)
  • Technology fee: $450 per year ($225 fall and spring only)
  • Accident insurance: $116 per year ($58 fall and spring only)
  • Health & Counseling service fees: $100 per year ($50 fall and spring only – if commuting)
  • Student Health Insurance*: $4,177 (fall and spring only)
  • Graduation fee: $200 (one time only)


Financial AidA Randolph College education is one of the best investments you can make, and we work hard to make it affordable.

basketball coach

Graduate Assistantship Opportunities

One unique aspect of the M.A.C.S.L. program is that residential students have the opportunity to apply for and receive an on-campus graduate assistantship.

The number of graduate assistantships offered each year will vary upon necessity and availability.

Students awarded a graduate assistantship will be required to complete 20 hours per week with a team or department in addition to their practicum hours and coursework.

For this work, graduate assistants will receive:

  •  discounted tuition rate – $525 per credit hour instead of $575
  •  free room and board on campus

To the best of the program’s ability, students will be placed in graduate assistantships that suit their interests and long-term goals.For example:

  •  Students interested in the application of coaching will be placed in a sport outside of their practicum.
  •  Students interested in sport leadership or administration will be assigned to an academic or athletic administrative role.
  •  Students interested in the science of coaching or in attending further
    educational endeavors, will have the opportunity to be paired with a faculty member for research assistance and guidance.

An application for Graduate Assistantships will be sent to residential students after being admitted to the M.A.C.S.L. program.

women's basketball


Students who are not eligible for a Graduate Assistantship position because of commitments and responsibilities outside of the MACSL program, may inquire about the MACSL Excellence in Leadership scholarships, which are offered on a competitive basis to students with strong academic and leadership experience.

For more information, contact Dr. Meghan Halbrook, Program Director, at (434) 947-8590 or

Other Aid Options

Graduate students may qualify for federal or state grants, loans, or
scholarship options.

To learn more about our financial aid programs, please go to or contact the Financial Aid office at, 434-947-8128.

Ready to take the next step?