As MPH@GW maintains the same standards, rigor and quality of its on-campus Master of Public Health (MPH) program, tuition rates are also comparable. There are a number of options available to help students fund their degree including merit-based scholarships, private loans and federal loans.
MPH@GW awards both merit-based scholarships and partner organization benefits to outstanding students whose professional and academic achievements set them apart as leaders in the field.
If you believe you are eligible for one or more of these institutionally funded scholarship opportunities, contact an Admissions Counselor by phone 855-674-2849 or by e-mail..
How to Apply for Student Loans
If you intend to apply for federal or private loan funding, you should begin the process as early as possible to allow adequate time for processing. Students should take these initial steps to begin:
Complete the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) using GW school code 001444.
Students who have not borrowed a Federal Direct Subsidized or Unsubsidized Loan within the last 10 years should complete the Subsidized/Unsubsidized Loan Agreement Master Promissory Note (MPN) online by visiting the Federal Student Aid Loan website.
All first-time borrowers are required to complete Entrance Counseling regarding their rights and responsibilities as a Federal Direct Unsubsidized Loan borrower. Entrance Counseling can be completed online by visiting the Federal Student Aid Loan website.
While international applicants will be considered for institutionally funded scholarships, eligibility for federal student aid is limited to U.S. citizens, U.S. permanent residents and eligible non-citizens who are currently living within the United States for purposes other than studying.
International students should explore funding options in their home countries and talk with their employers about tuition benefits that may be available, including tuition reimbursement and low-cost loans.
Please note that international students in online degree programs are not eligible to participate in the U.S. Student Visa process.