Funding your Graduate Education
Because we strive to keep our graduate tuition and fees reasonably priced, many of our graduates incur little to no educational debt. If needed, you can use a combination of the following methods to fund your graduate education.
Employer Reimbursement and Tuition Remission
Some employers may reimburse you in full or in part for job-related courses or offer you tuition remission benefits. Check with your employer's personnel office for details.
Access financial aid applications and deadlines. Learn about grants and scholarships, federal loans, work study, and alternative financing.
View open positions, application information, deadlines, and other details. Graduate assistants earn a monthly stipend for 10 hours of work per week and tuition remission benefits in all courses except directed studies, courses by arrangement and thesis courses.
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Privileges for Students Over 60
If you are over 60 years old, you may enroll in courses tuition free if space is available. Course fees are charged, and it may be necessary to pay additional fees for special program, institutes and seminars. If you are eligible, present proof of age at registration for prompt processing.
Learn about educational benefits, programs, required forms, certification, and more.