Graduate Financial Assistance

Students Studying on Capus

This page contains information and links related to financial assistance and scholarships in the Department of Educational Psychology and the College of Education at the University of Utah.

While the Department cannot guarantee funding for every student in the program, program directors and faculty have been very successful in the last three years securing funding for all students who express a desire to have partial or full funding. The range of funding opportunities is broad. Many students in the department receive funding in the form of teaching assistantships, research assistantships, university or professional organization scholarships and fellowships, and applied placements in local mental health service sites or educational institutions. Many students supplement stipends from these sources with student loans, and work study.

We ask all students requesting financial support to apply for Work Study through the Financial Aid and Scholarships Office (FAO) in order to supplement any departmental funding.

Financial assistance links

The U Financial Aid and Scholarships Office
Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA)
Federal Work Study Awards at the University of Utah
Federal Student Aid At-a-Glance (PDF)
Graduate Tuition Fee Schedule (Resident) | (Nonresident)
Graduate Tuition Benefit Program Guidelines

College of Education Scholarship Information

College of Education Scholarship Information

Current students in the Department of Educational Psychology (2nd year and later) are eligible to apply for scholarships from the College of Education as listed on the link above. Look for the section under Educational Psychology in the Handbook. You can also talk to your program advisors and our administrative assistant about the most current funding opportunities.

Educational Psychology Scholarship Information

Current students in the Department of Educational Psychology (2nd year and later) are eligible to apply for limited funding from departmental funds as listed below. You can also talk to your program advisors and our administrative assistant about the most current funding opportunities.

Department of Educational Psychology Scholarship Application