Scholarships and Financial Aid
Your decision to serve as a day school teacher is highly valued, and Delet and the greater Jewish community support all candidates with generous scholarships. Candidates are eligible for aid packages that consist of several sources. The size of scholarships vary depending on which track you are applying to, your financial situation, and philanthropy. For the most up-to-date information on tuition and costs of attendance.
Merit-based tuition grants are available to candidates based on promise of excellence in teaching and commitment to Jewish education. Email email@example.com for an application
Need-based tuition grants are available to qualifying candidates, who may apply by completing the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA). The Brandeis code is 002133. We encourage candidates to fill out the FAFSA at the same time they apply to the program.
Subsidized federal stafford loans are also available to students with demonstrated financial need. Because the program is four semesters long, Delet students may apply for Stafford loans for two academic years, thus increasing the potential amount of the loan. Candidates must complete the Free Application for Federal Student Aid. The Brandeis code is 002133.
Information and assistance regarding need-based grants and loans, including suggestions for locating other sources of financial aid, is available at the Graduate School of Arts and Sciences Web site or by calling (781) 736-3410.
Other Scholarships You May be Eligible For:
Wexner Graduate Fellowship and Davidson Scholars
Wexner Graduate Fellowships are awarded to 20 outstanding individuals who seek to prepare themselves through graduate training for careers in the Cantorate, Jewish Education (Davidson Scholars), Jewish Professional Leadership (Davidson Scholars), Jewish Studies, and the Rabbinate. More information.
Americorps or City Year alumni/staff
The application fee is waived for Americorps and City Year alumni/staff; Americorps and City Year candidates admitted into Delet and up to 25% tuition scholarship. Candidates should select "Americorps/Peace Corps" in the "affiliations" portion of the online application form. More information.
The Brandeis Alumni Scholarship for Teaching
The Alumni Scholarship honors the University’s commitment to those who enact social justice through teaching. The Scholarship provides tuition remission of up to 25%, in addition to any need-based aid for which the candidate may be eligible. No application is necessary.
For further information and/or assistance with the application forms please email firstname.lastname@example.org.