Financing your Education

Hornstein students are eligible for a variety of scholarships, fellowships and aid, including, but not limited to, the options on this page. More than 90% of students admitted to our on-campus dual-degree programs receive scholarship awards.

Please don't hesitate to contact our office any time with questions about tuition and scholarship options - we're here to help. To learn more about federal student loans, please visit the Graduate School of Arts and Sciences' student resources page.

Tuition

Program type Total tuition
Cost per credit (online) $1,220
Master's Certificate (online) $14,640
Dual master's degree programs (on campus) coming soon
MA in Jewish Professional Leadership (online) coming soon

Hornstein Scholarships

Every student accepted in the Hornstein program is considered for generous scholarships that cover all or part of tuition. Below is a comprehensive list of scholarship options. To be considered for these or any additional scholarships, please include your proposal of eligibility in your application's statement of purpose. No additional application procedures are necessary to apply for these funds.

Hornstein's award allocation process starts January 15 of each year, beginning with early applicants.

External Fellowship Programs

In addition to Hornstein fellowships, all applicants are strongly encouraged to apply for external scholarship programs such as those listed below. Along with providing funds that can be used to supplement Hornstein awards, many of these scholarships provide significant training and mentoring opportunities for their award winners. Please carefully note the application deadlines for each funder.

Other Sources of Scholarship Aid

Local Community Aid

Many Jewish communities in North America offer competitive, need-based aid, and/or interest-free loans to students pursuing graduate degrees. Below is a list of some of these scholarship and loan programs; students are encouraged to research their own home communities for others. Applications should be submitted directly to the awarding organization.

Other Opportunities for Jewish Students