Financial Aid Information
Your choice of an institution should not be limited by the cost of education. Our financial aid program creates solutions to serve students from diverse economic backgrounds.
71 percent of degree-seeking students at the Graduate School of Education and Counseling receive financial aid.
Students at the Graduate School provide approximately 200,000 hours of service in K-12 schools and mental health agencies throughout the year.
Practicum students at the Graduate School have served over 3,500 clients since the Community Counseling Center opened. Roughly one quarter of those clients identify as BIPOC; one third identify as LGBTQ+.
- 500 and 700 level courses (on-campus courses) are $1,063 per semester hour.
- 600 level courses (off-campus courses) are $963 per semester hour.
- Books (estimate): $625/semester
- Rent, utilities, and food (estimate): $525/week
- Transportation and personal expenses (estimate): $315/week
Applying for Financial Aid
In order to determine eligibility for federal financial aid, you must fill out the FAFSA.
Lewis & Clark Federal School Code
In fall and spring semesters, we offer a payment plan that allows you to split your payment into five monthly installments, for a total of ten payments.
When to expect and how to plan for loan disbursements and refunds.
This tool helps you estimate your financial aid refund or account balance due in each semester so that you can plan ahead and budget successfully throughout the year.
Secure portal to upload and send files to our office.
Types of Aid
These awards do not require repayment upon graduation, and are awarded by individual departments.
This program provides grants of up to $4,000 per year to qualifying students who agree to serve as a full-time teacher in a high-need field at a low-income school for four years.
These are scholarships or awards from an organization other than Lewis & Clark.
These sample financial aid offers for first-year graduate students are for informational purposes only.
These loans offer some advantages:
- Low interest rates
- Income-driven repayment plans
- Loan forgiveness programs
These loans are designed to meet costs not covered by other forms of financial aid. Students are encouraged to pursue federal student loans (if eligible) and outside scholarships before applying for private student loans.