Fletcher student reading in Ginn Library.
A Fletcher education is a significant investment, and it is essential that you formulate a plan to finance your education. The Office of Admissions and Financial Aid is committed to assisting you explore and understand your options for financing your graduate education at The Fletcher School.
A variety of financial aid resources are available to Fletcher students, including scholarship aid, work-study and on-campus employment, loans guaranteed by the U.S. federal government, and private educational loans. Applicants with financial need are encouraged to make timely applications for Fletcher scholarship support and to research outside sources of scholarships as early as possible. The deadlines for many scholarships sponsored by private organizations are often in October or November of the year before a student intends to matriculate.
Applicants from the United States are urged to consult their undergraduate placement, counseling, and financial aid offices regarding fellowship programs that may support graduate study. International students should apply for awards offered by their governments or by governmental and private agencies in the United States or elsewhere.