Tuition and fees make up a large part of the cost of attending graduate school, but don’t forget about living expenses, travel, and other incidentals. These pages will help you learn about types and sources of funding as well as how and when to apply. It always helps to start thinking about funding and to take action early.
Identifying, applying for, and securing funding is a long process. Students are often surprised that they need to start looking for funding at the same time, or even before, they apply to schools.
You can begin by searching the various sources for funding both within and outside the university. Learn more about the various types of funding you might be eligible for in the links below.
Once you’ve identified potential funding opportunities, make sure you know the process, requirements, and deadlines. Many deadlines will be sooner than you might think, so be sure to start early.
Helpful Funding Videos
We’ve created a collection of both “nuts and bolts” and helpful tips from students and staff to guide you through the funding process.
Student Loans are financial obligations that must be repaid. Participating in the Federal/State Work Study program is a way to help pay for your education while gaining experience by working part-time.