How Financial Aid Works
There are four primary sources and types of aid.
As part of your acceptance to RIT, you will receive a financial aid offer letter that lists all of the aid you’ve been offered. You can choose how much aid you’d like to accept once you’ve enrolled.
There are multiple funding sources that can help make an RIT graduate degree possible. From scholarships to loans to co-op wages – a combination of sources can be used to fund your graduate degree.
RIT Graduate Scholarships and Assistantships are awarded by academic programs. Students who qualify for a full RIT tuition waiver or full reimbursement from an employer or an outside agency are not eligible for an RIT Graduate Scholarship.
Contact your graduate program coordinator to discuss opportunities