OTD tuition costs
2013–14 academic year:
- $870 cost per credit
- $30 cost in student services fees per semester
Loans provide the most common form of financial support for graduate students at St. Catherine University. Scholarships, grants, research assistantships and student employment may also be viable options for you. St. Catherine University is committed to helping you find ways to make your education affordable.
The Office of Financial Aid
The Office of Financial Aid receives funds directly from the U.S. Department of Education, which allows our borrowers access to the best terms and will mitigate uncertainties brought on by recent legislation and tightened credit markets. Graduate students may also choose to apply for a Direct Graduate PLUS loan through St. Catherine University. The Financial Aid website includes up-to-date information for new, continuing and transfer students.
Graduate studies financial aid counselor
Scholarships and assistantships
St. Catherine University does not offer institutional scholarships to graduate students, but many scholarships are available for graduate students from outside sources. You may wish to research scholarships available through your respective program's local or national organization.
Other sources of financial aid
As a graduate student, you may be eligible through tuition reimbursement or remission or a stipend from your employer. Graduate students are also eligible for student employment through St. Catherine University.