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Graduate Studies & Extended Learning

Scholarships by Graduate Program

Master in Business Administration (MBA) Scholarship
To recognize academic excellence and to prepare future administrators and public accountants, SUNY New Paltz offers a limited number of scholarships to highly qualified applicants. Consideration will also be given to financial need. Submit your MBA Scholarship Application today!

ANDRAH Merit Scholarship
This scholarship is a $10,000 tuition waiver designed to recognize the exceptional talent of an incoming MFA student in Ceramics. It is available to one student on a competitive basis each year.

Professor Ben Wigfall Memorial Printmaking Scholarship
This $2000 award given to an entering MFA Art Studio Student with a preference in Printmaking.  Recipients of the scholarship will be selected by Graduate Art Program faculty, consisting of the Printmaking area head and the MFA coordinator.  Students will be selected based upon merit as seen through the candidate's MFA application and portfolio.  Financial need will guide the selection and preference would be given to a candidate from an under served community.  

MFA Scholarship
In an effort to encourage a diverse population of graduate students, SUNY New Paltz offers a one-year out-of-state tuition waiver to all incoming MFA students who are not residents of New York State.  This allows non-resident students to pay regular in-state tuition rates, saving approximately $9,800 a year.  MFA students must seek and be granted New York State residency during their first year to continue to receive the in-state tuition rate.  This program is available to international students who are not US citizens and enrolled in one of our MFA programs.  These students may receive the MFA Scholarship rate for two years without applying for New York State residency. See Tuition & Fees Chart for rate.

MS Electrical Engineering Fellowship
This fellowship opportunity is designed to recognize academic excellence of incoming students matriculated in our MS in Electrical Engineering program. Students receive a 3-credit tuition waiver in exchange for 10 hours of research assistance per week. It is available to eight students on a competitive basis.