Graduate Students

 Pursuing a graduate degree is about more than just enhancing your understanding of the world – it’s an investment in your future. We’re committed to helping you finance your graduate education as wisely as possible to ensure your investment goes as far as possible. We offer guidance as you explore the available options, from scholarships and student loans to on-campus jobs and external funding

All applicants are automatically considered for merit-based scholarships, and recipients will be notified along with their admission decision.  

Because many students will not be able to fund their graduate education through scholarships alone, we encourage you to review the Education Loan Programs to explore all loan options.

Loan Application Recommended Deadlines
Students should submit loan applications by the following dates for their funds to post by the billing due date, and for their refunds to be available as early as possible. Students can still submit loan applications after the deadline, but the loan may not post to the student account by the due date.

Fall Semester: Second week in July
Spring Semester: Second week in November
Summer Semester: First week in June