St. Thomas offers students a variety of financial aid and services including loans and grants, scholarship opportunities, and flexible tuition payment options. Additional departmental scholarships and grants may also be available.
Graduate students of color in the School of Education and the Graduate School of Professional Psychology have an opportunity to apply for a Urban Engagement Scholarship to support their goal in working in urban settings with minority populations. Apply for the Urban Engagement Scholarship.
Pursuing a degree at the University of St. Thomas provides you with flexible timelines, ability to transfer up to nine credits, programs qualified for full financial aid and off-campus options for significantly discounted rates, allowing you to successfully reach your degree goals on a plan that fits you!
In most cases tuition for graduate and professional programs is charged on a per credit basis and varies based on your program of study. Your annual tuition cost will depend upon how many credits you take per term. For more information, contact our Graduate Financial Aid office.