Tuition & Financial Aid
A complete breakdown of our tuition and fees is available from Student Financial Services.
Financial aid can come from a variety of sources. Some departments have training grants that cover a fellow’s tuition. Some part-time students are eligible for tuition reimbursement through their employers. To supplement other aid, many students borrow through one or more of the federal educational loan programs and work at part-time jobs at Northwestern and in the community. Eligibility for most financial aid requires U.S. citizenship or permanent resident status.
Financial aid applications can be obtained by visiting Student Financial Services.
Each year, the Program in Public Health offers partial tuition scholarships. There is no separate application for these scholarships. When you complete your application, you will be considered for the scholarship and notified if one has been awarded to you upon your offer of acceptance into the program.
- Full-time (one-year) student scholarships: up to $18,000
- Part-time student scholarships: up to $15,000 per year, up to three years
- MD/MPH dual-degree students: refer to Student Financial Services for current tuition surcharge
For further questions, contact Sheila Pojani.Back to top