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Finance Your Education

Gratz College offers a wide variety of ways to pay for your college experience. Students may take advantage of Federal Financial Aid (loans), Gratz College institutional fellowships and scholarships, and partner organization discounts. Some students also get financial support or reimbursements from their employers, and others may qualify for military college benefits. Most students use a combination of funding sources.

For students who are paying all or some expenses out of pocket, there are also convenient payment plans which break up tuition payments into smaller installments. During the pandemic, there are no additional fees for payment plans.

financial aid

All students wishing to apply for federal and institutional aid must submit the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA). To make sure your Student Aid Report (SAR) is sent to Gratz College, please use our Federal School Code: 004058

Information on Federal Financial Aid

Application for Federal Financial Aid 


scholarships + fellowships

Gratz College offers students institutional aid through a range of scholarships and fellowships endowed by Gratz donors, as well as access to aid through our institutional partnerships.  Qualifications for these scholarships and fellowships are based on many factors, including financial need and criteria specified by the donors/funding agencies.

Scholarship applications should be submitted as soon as possible after the online program application has been submitted.  Applicants should find a link to the scholarship form on their admissions checklist once their online application has been processed by the admissions staff. The deadline for scholarship applications is one month before the beginning of the requested start term.  If you have any questions, please contact your admissions counselor.

Scholarship applicants must successfully complete the program admissions process to be considered for a scholarship/fellowship and must submit the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA).

Please click on the tabs to the right for more information on each scholarship/fellowship opportunity.

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Scholarship search engines

For more information or to request a scholarship form, contact the Office of Enrollment Management


Gratz College partners with a number of local and national organizations to provide an outstanding education at a discounted rate to their members.

Repair the World
Gratz College has partnered with Repair the World to provide its fellows, alumni, and staff members with graduate degrees that will complement their Repair the World experience, better preparing them to continue making impactful changes in their communities and beyond. 

JCC Association
The JCC Association Professional Development Scholarship Program offers full-time JCC Professionals the opportunity to receive funding for graduate programs at Gratz College. We encourage you to look into this exciting opportunity to further your education and grow your skill set.

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