Your investment in and your commitment to your graduate education do not have to overwhelm you with a large financial burden. Assistance for your educational costs is available from many different sources. Approximately 35 percent of Marquette graduate students receive financial aid in the form of assistantships, fellowships and/or scholarships through the Graduate School.
Applying for financial aid can be a painless process if you remember some helpful hints and follow the guidance of Marquette's Office of Student Financial Aid.
Each academic year, the Graduate School offers its students approximately $12.5 million in stipends and tuition scholarships from merit-based assistantships and scholarships, privately funded and grant-funded fellowships and scholarships.
Obtaining a prestigious fellowship can be a life-changing experience for students. We've assembled extensive information to help students be successful in obtaining external fellowships and scholarships.