Tuition and Fees
Visit the Student Accounts Office for information regarding tuition and fees.
The Office of Financial Aid and Scholarships assists students on how to apply for financial aid and understand the types of aid.
Southern Connecticut State University has made financial literacy a priority by helping students pay for college. The Office of Financial Literacy and Advising will assist students will learn payment plan options as well as financial aid and scholarship opportunities through one-on-one advising, presentations and resources.
Any graduate student with 9 completed graduate credits at Southern may apply for available scholarships. You will be automatically matched to any scholarship whose criteria you meet.
Graduate Studies Scholarships: Graduate Studies Scholarship awards are non-need-based and administered through the School of Graduate and Professional Studies. GSS awards are exclusively for prospective graduate students who plan to enroll in a master's degree, sixth-year or doctoral degree program at Southern in Fall 2020. The award is contingent upon a minimum 3.2 grade point average for all undergraduate work. Both full-time and part-time graduate students are eligible for awards.
Graduate Studies Graduate Assistantship (GSGA): Graduate Studies Graduate Assistantship (GSGA) is a non-need based award administered through the School of Graduate and Professional Studies and is contingent upon: (1) acceptance to a graduate degree or sixth-year certificate; (2) the achievement of a minimum 3.2 grade point average for all undergraduate coursework; and (3) a 3.75 grade point average for all graduate coursework.