Graduate Scholarships

Graduate departments consider all accepted applicants for generous merit-based scholarships, all of which are automatically renewed for each year of the degree. No application is required to be considered. Amounts range by department. Continuing students are considered for assistantships as well as endowed scholarships based on particular criteria. Continuing students must be matriculated and maintain full-time status with a 3.0 GPA to maintain their awards.

Pratt Restricted Awards and Scholarships

What is the purpose of the program?
To provide funds derived from Institute endowments and restricted gifts that are granted to students according to the wishes of the donor and on the recommendation of the appropriate dean or departmental chair.

How much are the awards?
The awards range from $100 to $1,000 for the academic year.

Who can receive this money?
Full-time students who have applied for aid and have demonstrated financial need and are making satisfactory academic progress. Some awards are based on academic merit only, and all are based on departmental recommendations.

How much do I have to pay back?
No repayment is required.

How do I apply?
There are no special application forms for restricted and endowed scholarships. Each department determines its own application process. Recipients are selected by deans or department chairpersons based on criteria established by donors.

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