Graduate students in the Master of Education programs in the School of Educational Studies are encouraged to seek funding information and assistance from several resources on the UW Bothell and UW Seattle campuses. Explore the links below for more information.
Graduate students taking between 7-18 credits can expect to pay approximately $5,769 per quarter. Students taking one 5-credit course will pay approximately $4,121 per quarter. (Rates based on Washington State Resident status, 2019-2020 rates). Full-time enrollment is considered to be 6 credits or more. You should work with your student loan lenders if you have questions about deferment options while enrolled in graduate school.
Please find tuition information here: https://www.uwb.edu/tuition
Tuition Exemption Policy
Those students wishing to utilize the State Employee Tuition Exemption Waiver can learn more here: https://www.uwb.edu/med/medfunding/tuitionexempt
UW Bothell Financial Aid & Scholarship Office
Financial aid counselors in the UW Bothell Financial Aid & Scholarships Office can guide prospective students through the FAFSA application, as well as answer questions about types of graduate funding and scholarships that may be available.
Merit Scholarships, Fellowships and Awards
The UW Bothell Office of Merit Scholarships through the Division of Student Affairs publishes merit scholarship opportunities as well as other scholarship search resources.
The Graduate School at UW Seattle
The Graduate School at UW Seattle provides information about different types of financial assistance for graduate students. The Graduate Funding Information Service may be especially helpful for scholarship searches. GFIS also offers resources on how best to search, plan for, and apply for scholarships.
If you are a veteran, you may wish to speak with the UW Bothell Veterans Services Office to explore possible educational benefits.
UW Bothell School of Educational Studies Graduate Merit Funding
The UW Bothell School of Educational Studies may receive Graduate Merit Funds for distribution to M.Ed. students in the form of competitive scholarships. When those funds become available, eligible M.Ed. graduate students will receive a merit fund announcment and invitation to apply from the Graduate Program Advisor. Graduate Merit Funds vary and awards are competive; application is typically available beginning Autumn quarter.