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Tuition and Scholarships
Tuition and Fees
|Master's Students (2019-2020)|
|Tuition (per unit)||$997|
|University Services Fee||$170|
|Graduate Extension (per unit)||$48|
**All tuition and fees are subject to change without notice. See the full list of Tuition & Fees for additional university fees that apply to graduate students.
Education Scholarship Opportunities
一道本不卡免费高清Mount Saint Mary's University is pleased to announce the availability of the following scholarship and financial aid opportunities:
Ahmanson Veteran Scholarship Initiative
The Ahmanson Veteran Scholarship Initiative (AVSI) supports the young men and women returning in record numbers from Iraq and Afghanistan, whose abilities and experience make them ideal college student candidates. Recognizing that public colleges and universities are not the perfect fit for all students and that the transition from military life to student life can have its challenges, the AVSI is designed to provide returning veterans the support needed to attend and ultimately graduate from private institutions of higher learning.
Graduate Merit Scholarships
The Education program at Mount Saint Mary's University offers departmental scholarships. These Scholarships are merit-based and competitive, and are awarded to new students at time of admissions. The faculty admission committee automatically considers all applicants for a scholarship opportunity. The amount of a scholarship varies depending on the promise and merit of a student’s application.
Shane G. Alexson memorial Scholarship (pending availability)
Contact the Chair of the Education Department at (213) 477-2620 to request an application. Nominations may either be made by faculty members or interested students. Interested students must email the application to the Department Chair by September 1. Awards are announced in the Education Department newsletter.
Larry and Eileen Crain Endowed Scholarship Fund
- Enrolled in MSMU's Teacher Credential Program
- An employee of the Archdiocese of Los Angeles
- Eligible students apply each year and are selected by the faculty of the Teacher Credential Program
- Good academic standing
- Demonstrated financial need
- Commitment to working in public schools upon graduation.
- Must be U.S. Citizen
- Three years experience as a public school teacher or administrator
- Demonstrated financial need
- Commitment to teacher leadership in urban Los Angeles schools
- Members of Catholic religious communities, Catholic diocesan priests and Catholic deacons in good standing, upon verification from appropriate religious authority.
- Laypersons enrolled in graduate programs who are full-time (40 hours per week) employees of a Roman Catholic diocese or parish as listed in the current diocesan directory or in "The Official Catholic Directory"; (P.J. Kennedy & Sons, pub.), upon written verification of employment. This employment must be the major source of income for the student.
- Laypersons who are chaplains in hospitals or prisons and who are full-time employees of a Roman Catholic diocese or a Roman Catholic institution (according to "The Official Catholic Directory"); written verification of employment required.