Graduate Financial

Your Stevens education is valuable and paves the way for exceptional career opportunities and a secure future. 

We recognize that it also involves a financial commitment. Whether you are planning to attend full-time, part-time, on-campus or online, there are a variety of sources to help fund your graduate degree.

We are here to help you understand the costs and to navigate your options.  


Financial Resources

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Funding Options

We offer funding to select graduate students to help bring your Stevens education within reach, including scholarships, assistantships and fellowships.

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Prepare Your FAFSA for Graduate School

As a graduate student, you may qualify for federal support in the form of loans. Learn more about FAFSA eligibility and the application process. Applying for federal aid is one of the largest and most common ways for graduate students to finance advanced study, and a key part of making your program more affordable.

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Tuition Estimate

Your estimated cost of attendance includes many things — tuition is only one part of the equation. You should also take into account housing and meals, fees, books, supplies and miscellaneous expenses. Our Office of Student Accounts provides complete information on current tuition and fees.

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Achieve Your Goals

With unparalleled career outcomes, A Stevens education is your path to opportunity and professional success. It's in the numbers. 97.4% of graduate students secure employment within six months of graduation and are ranked 17th in the Nation for Best Career Placement by The Princeton Review. Listed in the Top 20 for ROI 40 years after enrollment by the Georgetown University Center on Education and the Workforce, your Stevens education is a future secured.

A Stevens Degree Brings Value

in the Nation, Best Career Placement
The Princeton Review
Employed within six months of graduation
Class of 2023
Top 15 in the U.S.
Best 20-yr ROI for Graduates, 2023