Students & Alumni
Student Financial Assistance
The College of Education awards more than $400,000 in scholarships to students each
year through private funding. Through this funding, we are able to provide students
the opportunity to finance their education and leave USF with not only a promising
career in education, but also with as little student debt as possible. Some scholarships
are need-based, some are merit-based; others are awarded to students studying for
a particular degree or are based on student achievements.
To learn more about scholarships available to students in the College of Education, please contact your academic advisor in Student Academic Services.
There are a number of federal grant, loan and repayment programs available to graduate students at USF. Many colleges and departments at USF employ students as graduate assistants on a competitive basis to teach, conduct research, or carry out other relevant tasks that contribute to the student's professional development. The number of positions available is based on funding from the university and grants awarded to faculty.
The University of South Florida also offers fellowship opportunities for new and continuing graduate students. The University of South Florida also offers fellowship opportunities for new and continuing graduate students. These are funds that are awarded by national, regional, or private foundations or agencies to individual graduate students. Some of these fellowships are only available to students through nominations by their Program/Department, while others are available by direct submission from students who meet the eligibility requirements.
Students are encouraged to inquire about scholarships, grants, loans and repayment programs to help finance their education. To learn more about financial aid at USF, visit the Financial Aid website.