The Graduate Center works to provide a wide variety of funding opportunities for graduate students in certificate, master’s, and doctoral programs. Listed below are some of the opportunities available to our current and newly-admitted students. The School of Engineering's Office of Financial Aid is another resource for finding scholarships and funding sources.
The Graduate Center awards merit-based scholarships to qualifying students pursuing a master's degree. Students are considered during their application evaluation period, and are not required to submit additional documentation unless requested by the Graduate Center. Scholarships are only distributed for the spring and fall semesters.
The School of Engineering has arrangements with several organizations that enable employees of those organizations to be eligible for a tuition reduction. You must provide proof of employment from a supervisory level to qualify, and for most corporate scholarships, you must also make satisfactory academic progress. Please note that some corporate discounts cannot be combined with a Graduate Tuition Fellowship or Tuition Award. See if your organization is eligible.