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For the 2014-15 academic year, the tuition charge for graduate students will be $5,450 per unit.

Tuition Costs 2014-15

First Year Students

TermUnitsCost
Fall Term 2014 3 $16,350
Spring Term 2015  3 $16,350
Total   $32,700

 Second Year Students

TermUnits   Cost
Fall Term 2014 3 $16,350
Spring Term 2015 3 $16,350
Total   $32,700

 Third Year Students

TermUnits  Cost
Summer Term 2014 Internship   $1,920
Fall Term 2014 3 $16,350
Spring Term 2015 Internship   $1,920
Total   $20,190

Fourth Year Students

TermUnits  Cost
Summer Term 2014 Final Internship   $1,849
Summer Term 2015 Final Internship   $1,920

Financial Aid

Financial aid available to graduate students is composed of federal loans and a limited number of departmental scholarships and fellowships.

Eligibility for need-based financial aid is based on demonstrated financial need. Financial need is defined as the difference between the total cost of attending Puget Sound and the amount you are expected to contribute as calculated by submitting the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA). The cost of attendance is the total cost of tuition billed by the university, plus a standard calculation for room and board allowance, books and supplies, transportation, and personal expenses.

Estimated Financial Aid Available

AwardAmount
Federal Stafford Loan $20,500
Federal Perkins Loan $2,000
Total $22,500

 Additional Loan Resources

Graduate PLUS Loan
Graduate students may pursue funding through the Graduate PLUS loan program. Students may borrow a PLUS Loan for any year that they are enrolled at least half-time. The interest rate is fixed at 7.21%.

Private Education Loan
There are many private lenders who offer private educational loans to students provided the qualifying credit and income criteria are met. You can compare options for private education loans through FASTChoice, a free online loan comparison tool.

Financial aid for PT Students

Financial aid available to graduate students is composed of federal loans and a limited number of fellowships and departmental scholarships.