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Graduate Financial Aid

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Invest in Your Future

A graduate degree from Boston College is an excellent investment in your future.  The Lynch School has a deep commitment to assisting academically qualified students afford an excellent graduate education.

Last year the Lynch School provided some form of academic financial support (including fellowships, assistantships, and partial tuition scholarships) to almost 80% of its graduate students, including Master’s students.

Funding sources include:

The Office of Graduate Admission and Financial Aid in the Lynch School provides resources to aid students through both need-based and merit-based financial aid.

Federal Need-Based Financial Aid
University Student Services at Boston College provides the option for students to apply for loans and Work-Study.  To apply. you should visit their website and file a FAFSA and BC Graduate Student Financial Aid Form as soon as possible.

Lynch School Need-Based Aid
This aid is in addition to the application process for any federal loans and is not required to be considered for any scholarships offered by the Lynch School.  This program is meant only for students with demonstrated severe financial need.

Merit-Based Scholarships and Awards
The Lynch School offers a number of special scholarships to our Master's students.  These scholarships recognize the academic merit of our incoming students and honor the mission of the Lynch School.