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The benefits of having a college education are numerous and a degree in intercultural communication offers unprecedented value in today’s interconnected world, so don’t let the cost of tuition hinder your decision to study in the School of International Letters and Cultures. We believe your education is worth the investment.
Along with generous financial aid and federal work study options, you’ll also have access to an array of scholarships and awards, including the Robert J. Kestelik and Quino E. Martinez scholarships, to help fund your education. If you’re ready to start building a fulfilling future for yourself, we’ll help reward you for your efforts.
If you need assistance funding your graduate education, various amounts of funding, grants and assistantships are available. First, submit your application for federal student aid. Then, apply for some national and international grants, including Boren, Fulbright, Goethe Institute, Mellon, Chinese Ministry of Education, Taiwan Ministry of Education and more. Teaching and research assistant programs may also be available.
In addition to federal funding and grants, you’ll also have access to a number of fellowships, scholarships and awards that can help fund your educational expenses. Visit our financial aid and scholarship pages for additional information regarding graduate program funding.