Student Life: Accepted Students
US Citizens and Permanent Residents
In addition to the grants and scholarships offered by SIT, US citizens and permanent residents are eligible for a range of federal financial aid. The Federal Stafford Loan, the Federal Perkins Loan and the Federal Work-Study Program are open to graduate students who meet established requirements.
How to apply for Financial Aid
- If you are applying for summer or fall 2013, please complete the 2013-2014 Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA). SIT’s federal school code is 008860.
Note: On your FAFSA, please indicate that you will be a graduate student working on a master’s degree. Therefore, you will be considered “independent” for financial aid purposes, regardless of your age. SIT Graduate Institute does not require parental information.
SIT offers gift aid to full-time US students and permanent residents of between $800 and $6,300 based on need and merit. Several competitive SIT scholarships have also been established to recognize students who reflect the SIT mission through their professional and personal lives.
No additional application is required to be considered for SIT gift aid and competitive scholarships.
Learn more about Scholarships and Grants
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