Northeastern University and the College of Arts, Media and Design offer qualified students a range of financial resources including scholarships, assistantships and a graduate tuition reduction for Northeastern alumni.
Scholarships and Assistantships
The College of Arts, Media and Design provides scholarships and other financial support to a limited number of qualified full-time master’s students who have demonstrated high scholastic achievement.
College of Arts, Media and Design Graduate Student Scholarships (GSS)
These merit-based scholarships are awarded on a competitive basis and are intended to support superior academic achievement at Northeastern. GSS awards are determined on the basis of departmental recommendations and are offered as a percentage tuition reduction.
Admitted students are automatically considered for GSS funding as part of the graduate program application review. Submission of additional documentation is not necessary.
College of Arts, Media and Design Diversity Fellowships are an important component of the college’s commitment to achieving a more diverse graduate student body. Fellowships are awarded to a limited number of CAMD graduate students each year; applicants identifying with underrepresented racial and ethnic backgrounds are invited to indicate their interest to be considered for a Diversity Fellowship by submitting a one-page statement with their application materials.
Double Husky Scholarship
Northeastern University offers a 25 percent graduate tuition reduction to Northeastern alumni across more than 100 master’s and certificate programs. Learn more about the Double Husky Scholarship.
Assistantships are compensated as hourly pay and can take the form of research, teaching, and administrative roles within a student’s academic department. Students are eligible to apply for available assistantship positions after completing at least one semester of their graduate program.
Visit Northeastern’s Office of Student Financial Services for information regarding other types of financial aid, including loans, student employment, and outside scholarships.
Tuition and Fees
For information about the cost of attendance, visit Northeastern University Student Financial Services.