Tuition and aid
The MS in Community Health & Social Justice assesses state-supported tuition at Graduate Tier II. Tuition remains the same during a student’s first two academic years in the program. After year two, the tuition is subject to an increase (typically a 2% increase).
|Status||Estimated Annual Tuition and Fees for Full-Time Enrollment|
|Resident||$18,993 (2023-2024 academic year)|
|Non-Resident||$33,096 (2023-2024 academic year)|
Stated estimations are unofficial for general planning purposes only and derived from the UW Graduate Tuition Dashboard. To be classified or reclassified as a resident visit the UW Guide – Understanding Washington State Residency. Eligible UW and State employees may apply the UW tuition exemption policy to BHS 505 and BHS 525.
Loan cancellation and external scholarships
While not an exhaustive list, below are opportunities for funding:
- National loan repayment (HRSA and National Health Service Corps)
- Federal Educational Loans
- Graduate Perkins Loan and Graduate PLUS loans.
- UW Graduate School funding resources
- Perkins Loan Teacher Cancellation
- Public Service Loan Forgiveness
- Washington Health Corps
- National Health Service Corp
- Sea Mar Farmworker College Scholarships
University funding resources
- There are several types of financial assistance available to graduate students including fellowships, federal loans, and work-study and campus employment.
- The Graduate Funding Information Service helps current and admitted UW graduate students learn skills and tools to find funding for graduate school-related expenses.
- School of Nursing & Health Studies funding, including external funding links and tuition and fee details.
- The school provides winter and spring scholarships as funding permits.
- If you are a Washington State or UW employee, review the UW tuition exemption option.