Let us help you afford your graduate degree at KU Edwards Campus
You want to make an impact with a degree in educational technology – let us help you afford it. The Financial Aid and Scholarships Office at the University of Kansas is committed to supporting your academic goals. Financing a graduate degree in education can be a challenge, but we are here to serve you in various ways. As a student at the University of Kansas Edwards Campus, studying with the KU School of Education, you may be eligible for many types of financial aid: grants, scholarships, fellowships, loans, graduate assistantships and sponsorship opportunities. Use the resources below to learn more:
Practicing Educator Sponsorship Program
In an ever-changing world, educators must stay current with effective practices to ensure their students and adult learners receive the best education possible. In an effort to help reduce your cost for graduate education, the KU School of Education has initiated a sponsorship program for any Kansas PK-12 educator in a public or private building/district.
Edwards Campus Student Scholarships
The KU Edwards Campus provides various scholarships and grants specifically for KU Edwards students.
MetroKC Tuition Rate
The KU Edwards Campus MetroKC Tuition Rate offers rates equivalent to in-state rates for Missouri residents who qualify. No credit hour limit applies. To receive this special rate, please complete the MetroKC Rate application.
Scholarships at the KU School of Education
The KU School of Education distributed more than one million dollars in scholarships to 350 students for the 2014-15 school year. As a student enrolled at the KU School of Education, you are eligible to apply and be awarded on a competitive basis. All types of students are eligible, including master’s level graduate students at the KU Edwards Campus.
Graduate Student Loans
Financial aid is funding provided by various agencies to help students meet the costs of attending graduate school. Student loans are considered financial aid because of the special interest rates, with some being subsidized by the federal government. Repayment of most student loans does not begin until after graduation.
Grants at KU
Grants and scholarships are often called “gift aid” because they monies that do not have to be repaid. Grants are often need-based, and can come from the federal government, the state of Kansas, the university and other organizations.
Graduate Assistantships at KU
Graduate Teaching Assistants (GTA) and Graduate Research Assistants (GRA) serve to fill a vital role in KU’s graduate research agenda. As a GTA or GRA, you are eligible for benefits, including tuition and health insurance benefits.