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Financial Aid

Financial Aid for Graduate Students

At Agnes Scott College, we are committed to making our education affordable for students.

At our Office of Financial Aid, we understand that your education is a significant investment. We also understand that the financial aid process can be complex. Thus, we’re committed to helping you navigate the process, providing all the guidance and information you need—including types of aid, how to apply for aid, debt management counseling, and more.

Our staff will work with you to review your individual needs. We’ll help you explore all financial aid resources—such as grants, scholarships, and loans—in order to maximize your funding sources and minimize your debt.

Graduate Grants 

Agnes Scott offers several graduate grants to assist with the cost of our programs. Students are considered for these grants automatically upon submitting their completed application (no additional application is necessary). 

  • The Linda Lentz Hubert Grant for Writing and Digital Communication. Hubert Grants are only available for students pursuing a Master of Arts or a Graduate Certificate in Writing and Digital Communication. 
  • The Dean's Grant for Evaluation and Assessment Methods. Dean's Grants are only available to students pursuing a graduate certificate in Evaluation and Assessment Methods. 
  • For the 2018-2019 school year, Agnes Scott is thrilled to offer the Founders' Grant, celebrating the inaugural year of graduate programs at Agnes Scott College. Students will be considered automatically and are eligible to receive $1,500 per course. 

Apply For Financial Aid 

U.S. citizens should submit the FAFSA (Free Application for Federal Student Aid) to determine full financial aid eligibility. Our priority deadline for submitting the FAFSA is the same as your application deadline for your chosen entry term. 

The Agnes Scott College FAFSA school code is 001542. (See fafsa.ed.gov)