After reviewing the total estimated costs for the year, it’s time to think about funding.
Need some help putting together a funding plan? Never hesitate to reach out, that’s what we’re here for!
There's no separate application for scholarships that document your achievements since your admissions application is so comprehensive. If you’re a US Citizen or Permanent Resident we highly recommend you fill out the FAFSA with our school code (001426-00) by February 1, so we can give you the most complete and accurate information about your financial aid eligibility. Parent information is not required, and if you provide it for another school we will disregard it.
Our new class of YSPHers will get a financial aid award letter within 10 days of admission. The award letter will list all YSPH scholarships awarded for your whole MPH degree — we want you to feel confident about what to expect from us!
In addition to an on-campus hourly wage of at least $12.75 an hour, student employment offers flexible part-time positions designed to allow students to balance their studies and their job. YSPH tuition remission is a not a benefit of part time (or full time) employment at Yale, but you may gain valuable work experience and professional references! Most students work 10-12 hours a week during the school year.
A student loan is a tool you may use to invest in your education, much like you might use a mortgage to invest in the purchase of a home. With a YSPH degree, we hope you’ll feel confident in your ability to repay it! If you use a student loan to fund all or part of your education here at YSPH we want to we want to make sure you know what to expect when it’s time to pay it back.
To estimate your monthly payment after your graduate you may use the Federal Student Aid Repayment Estimator. Tips for using this tool: