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Admissions & Aid
Address: 13 Appian Way, Longfellow G049, Cambridge, MA 02138
The HGSE Financial Aid Office is committed to partnering with you to achieve your academic goals. Financing a graduate education is an investment and a challenge, and early financial planning is essential. With our help, you can make an HGSE education a reality. We encourage all prospective students who apply for admission to connect with the financial aid office, no matter your financial situation.
HGSE Financial Aid Office offers various financial aid programs that may assist you - including grants, fellowships, work opportunities, and loans.
Review our application requirements and deadlines, and apply for financial aid.
Engage with financial aid resources and tools, and connect with the HGSE financial aid team.
The Covid-19 repayment pause and 0% interest rates have ended. Student loan interest accrual resumed on September 1, 2023 and payments will be due in October 2023. Learn more about preparing for repayment resumption through Federal Student Aid.
The Saving on a Valuable Education (SAVE) Plan, like other income-driven repayment (IDR) plans, calculates your monthly payment amount based on your income and family size. The SAVE Plan provides the lowest monthly payments of any IDR plan available to nearly all student borrowers. Learn more about the SAVE Plan.
ACP provides eligible households a monthly discount on their internet bills, and can also provide a one-time discount of up to $100 to purchase a laptop, desktop, or tablet computer from participating partners. Visit GetInternet.gov for more information and apply at Internet for All.
Applicants and prospective students may find our checklist and timeline helpful when planning for financial aid at HGSE.