Expenses & Financial Aid

Financial assistance is available to well-qualified graduate degree candidates who assist departmental faculty, or who qualify for tuition scholarships granted by the University. Financial aid for graduate students is awarded on a yearly basis and is normally limited to two years. Preference is given to full-time students. 

Graduate Assistantships

Graduate assistantships include a stipend and tuition remission and are available in all graduate programs. Continuation of financial aid in the form of a graduate assistantship into the second year of enrollment is contingent upon an acceptable GPA (3.0 or better), progress on the thesis project and satisfactory performance as a teaching assistant. 

Educator Tuition Discount

A 40% discount may be available to graduate students in the education program. Applicants must be teachers or other professionals (counselors, psychologists, supervisors, administrators, etc.) employed in public, private-not-for-profit or parochial elementary or secondary schools or programs, and must be enrolled at Bucknell University in an approved program of courses leading to a master’s degree or state certification in an area of specialization. Other educational objectives may be considered at the discretion of the University. Complete an Educators Scholarship Application to apply.

Loans & Federal Funding

Federal Direct Loans are available to help cover graduate school costs and are available to full-time degree-seeking students. Information concerning loans and other federal support can be obtained from the Office of Financial Aid.

Housing

Graduate students are responsible for their own housing.
 

Graduate Studies

Location

210 Marts Hall