Ed.D. in Educational Sustainability Tuition and Aid
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 2021-2022 Academic Year (Summer-Fall-Spring).
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Ed.D. students are also charged 50% Segregated Fees and Distance Education Fees
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.
Graduate Assistant Positions
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 made available after admission to the doctoral program.
External Scholarships and Grants
The following resources are opportunities for additional funding for your graduate education.
Ed.D. Inclusivity Scholarship
The Ed.D. in Educational Sustainability Inclusivity Scholarship is a tuition award for first-year educational sustainability doctoral students who are from a historically underserved background to promote socio-economic, cultural and racial diversity.
The amount awarded to recipients is based on the number of applicants and available funds. Previous award amounts have ranged from $300-$1,500 per student.
Inclusivity Scholarship Timeline:
How to contribute: Visit UWSP Foundation and enter their gift amount, select “Other Specific Fund” in the dropdown tab and enter the fund name (Ed.D. in Educational Sustainability Inclusivity Scholarship) in the box provided.
Oscar W. Neale Fellowship
The Oscar W. Neale Fellowship recognizes and supports outstanding collaboration between UWSP faculty and educators in Central Wisconsin.
This is a one-time scholarship for a currently admitted and enrolled Ed.D. student that is facing financial hardship. We know that sometimes there are unforeseen difficulties and expenses. We want to help you persevere in the face of these difficulties and demonstrate our support and commitment to your on-going success.
If you are experiencing financial hardships and a scholarship is necessary to help you overcome this hardship, please apply for our needs-based scholarship.
This scholarship does not have a deadline, as it is available every semester and financial crisis can be impossible to predict, so apply when you need it!