Teacher Education Program
Fellowships and Financial Aid Member of the Claremont University Consortium. Claremont. California
How to Finance Your Passion to Teach
Graduate education is a significant investment in your future—an investment of time, effort, and enthusiasm as well as money. The good news is that there are ample aid opportunities to help finance your passion to teach, and many of these opportunities can be combined!
Claremont Graduate University awards institutional aid on the basis of merit to support distinguished students in their programs of study.
Federal aid, in the form of loans and work study, is awarded on the basis of financial need. In addition, students may actively seek opportunities for financial support which might be available to them from foundations and other institutions.
Additional information about financial aid is available from the Claremont Graduate University Office of Student Financing, (909)621-8337.
Opportunities for Preliminary Credential and MA Program
Scholarship-based Residency Program
TEIP Excellence, Equity, & Integrity Award
BA/MA Opportunities for students from the Claremont Colleges
Need-based Residency Program
Minority Fellowships More information about these opportunities.
Claremont Graduate University participates in the Federal Perkins Loan Program and the Federal Stafford Student Loan Program. These funds are available based on financial need as determined by the federal guidelines. For students who do not qualify for the need-based programs, other loan sources are available, including the federal Unsubsidized Stafford Student Loan and Grad Plus Loans.
To apply for loans, fill out a FAFSA. Call the Teacher Education Department at 909-621-8076 if you are unsure which year to fill out.
If you would like individual financial counseling to see how all of the above programs can work together to help you finance your passion to teach, please contact the Teacher Education Department. Schedule a personalized financial aid assessment.