This section of the website contains information relevant to the Public Health & Professional Degrees, Nutrition programs, and Sackler students. Please use the left menu to navigate to specific pages within the headings. For more financial aid information see the Office of Financial Aid pages.
Please note: Applicants should not wait for an acceptance letter before beginning the financial aid process.
The priority consideration dates for applying for financial aid are:
November 5 for students entering in Spring
Candidates who have submitted all paperwork to the Financial Aid office by the priority consideration date will begin to receive award notices in December.
February 21 for students entering in Summer & Fall
Candidates who have submitted all paperwork to the Financial Aid office by the priority consideration date will begin to receive award notices in late March.
All candidates who are accepted to the Master of Public Health and MS-Health Communication programs will be automatically considered by the Admissions Committee for merit scholarship funds. Candidates who are awarded funds will be notified via email towards the end of March.
Public Health and MS Biomedical Sciences Programs’ Scholarships:
Scholarships are available for eligible financially/educationally disadvantaged full-time MPH, MS Health Communication, MS Pain Research, Education and Policy, and MS Biomedical Sciences Programs' students. This is defined as one who comes from a background where social and economic factors limited their availability or access to educational resources. Interested students must submit a completed application, which can be accessed by clicking here.