Financial Aid & Assistantships
We offer competitive masters-level graduate assistantships to newly enrolled students each year. Typically, these assistantships are awarded only for one year (usually during the first year of study). Assistantships are awarded based on a variety of student qualifications. All assistantships include some tuition, a stipend, and health insurance. Students work on both teaching support and research activities as a component of their assistantship. Students should carefully consider their qualifications for other forms of financial assistance that will help with costs not covered by the assistantship.
Information related to assistantships can be found here:
Information related to other forms of financial assistance can be found here:
Preference will be given to assistantship applications submitted by the February 1st deadline (December 1st for international applicants); however, applications received later may be reviewed. Additionally, students applying for Federal Financial Assistance must meet the deadlines for completing the FAFSA forms. Please indicate in your application that you want to be considered for an assistantship through the MPH program and complete the specific graduate assistantship application found here: