Affording a Saint Louis University Graduate Education
There are several ways to finance a graduate education, the most common of which are assistantships, fellowships, and loans.
Assistantships are offered through individual academic and administrative departments. Acceptance into a program merits automatic consideration for an academic assistantship. Students should contact his or her department regarding available academic assistantship positions.
Fellowships are awarded based on nominations from departments. To be considered students must have all application materials in by February 1st.
If you have already received an assistantship or fellowship, and have questions, please contact:
ADDITIONAL STUDENT RESOURCES
Student Financial Services at Saint Louis University offers guidance to all SLU graduate students in finding and securing financial assistance for their graduate education expenses. Representatives anc counselors can be found on their Contact Us page. Also review the Frequently Asked Questions page to learn more about the numerous financing opporutinities available.
The Yellow Ribbon Program is a Veteran's Benefit that SLU is participating in conjuction with Veterans Affairs. The award is available to students in all degree programs offered at Saint Louis University excluding the School of Medicine.
- The Hispanic Scholarship Fund (HSF) offers College Scholarships, including graduate students. Consult their FAQ section for application guidelines
Educational Testing Service (ETS) updates their Fellowship and Internship Programs in Research & Development page with the latest programs offered to those with a doctoral degree or in a doctoral program.