Scholarships & Loans
The Boston College MSF Program offers graduate assistantships and scholarships to select full-time MSF and dual MBA/MSF candidates. Awards are made at the time of admission, based on merit. Scholarship recipients typically evidence superior performance in their application materials.
To be considered for a merit-based award, simply indicate your interest on the application for admission.
Graduate assistantships involve research or administrative duties in exchange for a stipend. MSF assistantships generally involve 8 to 12 hours per week. Assistantships are available to both domestic and international applicants and can be offered in combination with academic scholarship awards. Scholarships are awarded on the basis of merit and vary in amount.
In addition, the University administers a range of financial aid programs, and the federal government facilitates student loan programs. For more information regarding these options, please see the Boston College Office of Student Services website.