Q. How do I finance my master’s education?
A. The Graduate School of Arts and Science offers financial support to master’s students through the Tuition Incentive Program (TIP), direct funding to master’s programs, employee tuition remission and the Dean’s Travel Grants. Information about these programs and additional sources of financial support are available through the GSAS financial aid information page.
Q. Is there financial support to assist with travel and conference expenses?
A. The Dean's Student Travel Grant Program helps master’s students defray the cost of presenting their scholarly work at professional meetings and conferences. Please note that a limited number of awards are available. Visit the Travel Grant Application page for more information.
Q. What other resources are available for finding financial support?
A. All master’s students at the Graduate School of Arts and Science have access to Scholly, a scholarship search tool for a nationwide portfolio of $420 million in potential scholarships. Scholly matches students with appropriate scholarships based on specific criteria the student enters, such as their anticipated major (healthcare, engineering, social work, etc), interests (volunteering, theatre, religious affiliation), artistic or athletic talent, or background (child of a veteran, first generation college student, financial need, etc). Average awards are between $500 and $1,000. Click here to register for access to Scholly.