Finance Your Education

Financial Aid

You Want to Make an Impact in the World.

Financial Aid Can Help.

The HGSE Financial Aid Office is committed to partnering with you to achieve your academic goals. Financing a graduate education is both an investment and a challenge, but with early financial planning and our help you can make a HGSE education a reality. The Financial Aid Office offers a number of financial aid programs to assist you. These programs range from grants and scholarships to loans and work opportunities. We encourage all students who apply for admission to also apply for financial aid, and we hope to assist you in reaching your goals as a HGSE student.  

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Invest in your future at HGSE and make an impact in the world.

Current Students

Apart from the information on this site, currently enrolled Ed.M., C.A.S., Ed.D. and Ed.L.D. students can find additional information in the Financial Aid section of MyGSE.

Admissions Office

111 Longfellow Hall
13 Appian Way
Cambridge, MA 02138
617-495-3414
617-496-3577
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Financial Aid Office

061 Longfellow Hall
13 Appian Way
Cambridge, MA 02138
617-495-3416
Fax: 617-496-0840
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