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Financial Aid and Scholarship Information
Federal Student Aid, a part of the U.S. Department of Education (ED), is the largest provider of student financial aid in the nation. We offer more than $150 billion each year to help millions of students pay for higher education.
Gradsense.org is a website designed to help students make informed financial decisions about their education and careers. It was launched by the Council of Graduate Schools and TIAA-CREF.
Students can enter information into the portal, e.g., their desired degree type, field of study, and preferred career and will obtain results pertaining to the median debt of students pursuing such a degree as well as expected salary levels in their chosen career.
Many departments offer students assistance in the form of tuition scholarships or tuition assistantships. Tuition scholarships can be full or partial. Tuition assistantships provide both a full-tuition scholarship as well as a monthly stipend.
Departments choose outstanding candidates from their applicant pool. Applicants should inform the department to which they are applying of their interest in being considered for an award.
Federal Work Study (FWS) is a federally sponsored program that enables eligible students to earn income through part-time employment with select organizations, including the university, local nonprofit organizations, and government agencies.
You can optimize your search for financial aid by learning to use various Internet search engines and by visiting Applications and Other Useful Links provided by the Office of Financial Aid. Please note that not all of the sites listed on that website are graduate student-related.
If the aforementioned resources are insufficient for your needs, Gallaudet’s Office of Financial Aid, located in Chapel Hall, may be able to provide further assistance.
The Office for Students with Disabilities (OSWD) recognizes that there are disability related costs above and beyond tuition, fees, room and board. OSWD students are often faced with additional expenses not incurred by other students. These may include, specialized adaptive equipment, expenses for personal use...
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The English Program coordinates two creative writing award contests and a journalism competition. These contests are open to all qualified undergraduate students at the University, but may be of special interest to students in the program. Information about deadlines and contest guidelines may be obtained...
The WDL is funded by the Nippon Foundation of Tokyo, Japan. Since making its first award in 2003, 16 WDL scholarships have been awarded. The following are past recipients of the award: Raphael Vergel de Dios Domingo - (2017)Country: Philippines. Field of Study: Linguistics My...
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World Deaf Leadership The Gallaudet-Nippon World Leadership (WDL) Scholarship enables deaf and hard of hearing leaders from developing nations to attend Gallaudet University. The WDL Scholarship empowers selected individuals by increasing their knowledge, skills, attitudes, and aspirations through the power of higher education so that...
An introduction to the various forms of Financial Aid and Scholarships available to Gallaudet Students.
Gallaudet University offers merit-based scholarships for students of distinction: President's Distinguished Honors, and; President's Honors Both scholarships require admission to and participation in the Gallaudet Honors Program. Students take a minimum of one Honors course per semester and must advance to the Capstone in a...
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