Ed.D. in Educational Sustainability: Funding Your Education
The estimated cost of study for the online Ed.D. in Educational Sustainability is the same for in-state and out-of-state students. Tuition reflects the 2017-18 Academic Year (Summer-Fall-Spring).
If you are anticipating using financial aid to fund all or part of your doctoral studies, do not forget to complete the Federal Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA). The sooner the better. Information on the FAFSA and student financial aid can be found on the
UW-Stevens Point Financial Aid website
. Our financial aid staff are exceptional in what they do and helping you navigate federal financial aid and options for financing your studies. Do not hesitate to contact them with any questions at 715-346-4771.
A limited number of Graduate Assistant (GA) positions may be available during the course of your doctoral studies. Graduate assistant inquiries and applications will be available after admission to the doctoral program.
Harju Fellowship in Educational Sustainability
To apply to the Graduate Assistant program please provide:
1. Brief letter of interest that delineates the strengths and abilities you bring to this position and how the opportunities this position offers will assist in your professional development
2. CV or resume
The applications will be accepted electronically to SOE.Graduate.Program@uwsp.edu until midnight on May 18th. After reviewing the applications, we will interview the top candidates and make a decision prior to August 1st.
The following resources are
opportunities for additional funding
for your graduate education. The Oscar W. Neale Fellowship recognizes and supports outstanding collaboration between UWSP faculty
and educators in Central Wisconsin.