Earning a graduate degree at the Mount is a worthwhile
investment that will benefit you for many years to come. Graduate
study at the Mount is made affordable through the use of federal,
state and private grants, scholarships and loans.
According to the College Board’s Trends in Student Pricing, the
typical earner with a graduate degree earns over twice as much as a
high school graduate. Over a lifetime, the gap in earnings between
those with a high school diploma and those with a BA or higher
exceeds $1 million.
The Federal Stafford Loan Program, Federal TEACH Grant, NYS
Tuition Assistance Program, NYS Senator Patricia K. McGee Nursing
Faculty Scholarship, NYS Math & Science Teaching Incentive
Scholarship and Veterans Tuition Awards are just a few examples of
funding opportunities for graduate study.
Mount Alumni: The Mount is offering a 25%
reduction on graduate tuition for students who earned a bachelor's
degree from the Mount (with the exception of 5-year
bachelor's/master's degree students on scholarship.) Come back to
the Mount for a graduate degree, save money, and improve your range
of possibilities in a competitive job market.
Federal financial aid
Graduate students should file the Free Application for Federal Student
Aid at least four weeks prior to the term you plan to start
classes. This will allow enough time for the Financial Aid Office
to receive the information and evaluate your eligibility for
Fill out the FAFSA form
online. The deadline is March 1.
The Mount Saint Mary College Title IV School Code is
New York State financial aid
We also recommend that all New
York State residents apply for aid at the New York State Higher Education Services
Corporation website. The Mount Saint Mary College school code
for graduate TAP is 5725.
The Division of Nursing also applies for federal HRSA
Nurse-Traineeships on an annual basis. These monies, if awarded,
are given to eligible full-time graduate nursing students (9
credits a semester) or students within 12 months of graduation.
For more information on other federal and state grants
available, please visit: www.studentaid.ed.gov or www.hesc.org.