Scholarships & Financial Aid
The Dartmouth Institute is committed to assisting students meet the cost of their education. This year, 94% of students received a loan and/or scholarship from Dartmouth.
Scholarship awards from The Dartmouth Institute are made possible through the generosity of alumni, corporations, and nonprofit foundations. However, the school has limited scholarship funds and may not be able to fully meet each student’s needs. Recipients are generally notified at the time of their offer of admission.
We offer scholarships to U.S. permanent residents and international students based on merit. The Dartmouth Institute scholarships range anywhere from $1,000 up to half of tuition. Scholarship funds are dispersed in quarterly increments during the four terms you are enrolled as a student.
Priority consideration is given to candidates who submit their application by the first round deadline on December 1, 2018. All candidates whose application is submitted by February 1, 2019 will be reviewed for a scholarship; there is no additional scholarship application required.
Our admissions and financial aid offices will review the application materials submitted by candidates for admission. In assessing merit, we consider a variety of factors, including exceptional academic performance, leadership, professional accomplishments, service, and ability to contribute to the diversity of the Dartmouth community.
Tuition and stipend scholarships are available for the PhD Program.
There is also a scholarship search engine through SOPHAS.
Fellowships & Association Scholarships
APMA/Dartmouth Institute Public Health Fellowship
The American Podiatric Medical Association partners with The Dartmouth Institute to offer a postdoctoral public health fellowship for a graduating podiatry resident. Learn more
Dartmouth-AAPA CHLM Scholarship Award
In partnership with The Center for Healthcare Leadership and Management (CHLM) division of the American Academy of Physician Assistants (AAPA), The Dartmouth Institute is pleased to offer a $7,000 scholarship award annually for the Institute's Online MPH program for up to four physician assistants or nurse practitioners who complete the CHLM Degree Pathway Program. Learn more
For Dartmouth College Employees
Grant-in-Aid benefits provide $5,250 of tuition support towards our online Master of Public Health program per calendar year, with a cap of $15,750 total benefit for this program. Contact our admissions team to learn more.
To be eligible for financial assistance, full-time students must file the FAFSA. Information about the application process can be found on Dartmouth's Financial Aid website. We recommend you file the FAFSA by December 1, 2018 or the date you submit your application to The Dartmouth Institute, whichever is later.
Federal loans are available to U.S. citizens enrolled at least half-time and making satisfactory progress in a degree program. Federal financial aid to graduate students is available through the Federal Stafford Student Loan program and the Federal Graduate PLUS Loan program.
If you have questions about the loan application process after reviewing the information on the web page, you may contact Dartmouth's Financial Aid office at (603)646-2451 or email at email@example.com.
Work study is not available for Dartmouth Institute graduate students.
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