Need help funding your graduate education? St. Cloud State University is committed to creating avenue to assist students financially as they pursue their dream of an educational degree. The following resources are available:
Master's graduate assistants receive a stipend (salary) ranging up to $10,000* depending on the number of hours of assignment and the length of the appointment. In addition to the stipend (salary), graduate assistants receive tuition remission up to eight masters credits during fall and spring semester. For specific details about the stipend (salary) and tuition remission, please visit the Graduate Assistant Handbook.
Doctoral graduate assistants work 20 hours per week for a $15,000* stipend during the academic year with faculty members in instructional, administrative, or research areas. Graduate assistance receive a tuition waiver for six * doctoral credits during fall and spring semester.
*Graduate assistantship stipend and tuition waiver credits are subject to change.
SCSU can provide you with a general overview of Financial Aid programs and give you guidance in the application process. Review Money Management tips and resources and stop in the Financial Aid Office to talk with a staff member about how to pay for school and keep your debt load down.
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Check with your Human Resource Office to determine if you are eligible for any type of tuition remission.
MnSCU employees are entitled to enroll in a limited number of courses on an annual basis at some MnSCU institutions without payment of tuition. See your union contract for specific benefit information or speak with an individual in the Human Resources Department at your institution.
The Office of Sponsored Programs has student Research Funding available each year to support academic research and creative activity by SCSU graduate students under the direction of a SCSU faculty member.