Students in the Health Services and Outcomes Research program finance their education in a variety of ways. Funding can come from education and training grants, institutional or departmental sponsorship, fellowships, scholarships, or loans. Most students rely on a combination of two or more funding sources.
Scholarships and Tuition Assistance
Each year the program awards up to three $18,000 scholarships to incoming master's students. All external applicants are automatically considered for the program scholarship during review of their application and will be notified of any award in their letter of admission.
Northwestern faculty and employees and Northwestern-affiliated residents and fellows are eligible for special tuition rates and assistance.
The program provides a travel stipend of up to $750 per trip to campus (up to $3,000 per year) to students who will travel from outside of Chicago for the quarterly on campus sessions. The stipend is available to both master's and certificate students.
Northwestern Financial Aid
Graduate Financial Aid
Office of Fellowships
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For more information about funding your Northwestern degree, contact Emily McElroy.Emily McElroy
HSOR Program Coordinator
Center for Education in Health Sciences
633 N Saint Clair Street, 20th Floor
Chicago, IL 60611