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GSE Financial Aid

Below is information on financial aid specific to the Graduate School of Education. Information on federal aid, state aid and other types of aid can be accessed from the University’s Financial Aid website.

Types of Aid


To be eligible for federal financial aid, a Fordham Graduate School of Education student must:
  • maintain a grade point average of
    • 3.00 for ADV, M.S., M.S.E., M.S.T. degrees
    • 3.50 for Ed.D, Ph.D. degrees
  • *attempt and complete no fewer than 6 credit hours per term
  • complete the course of study
    • for ADV, M.S., M.S.E., M.S.T. degrees within 5 years
    • Ed.D., Ph.D. degree within 8 years
Students who fail to attain satisfactory progress at the end of each academic year shall lose federal financial aid eligibility. If the student resumes satisfactory academic progress, the student shall regain federal financial aid eligibility as long as she/he maintains satisfactory academic progress. Learn more about the Federal Loan Satisfactory Academic Progress Policy (SAP).

*The Matriculated Student Status Certification form must be completed by a student who may be registered for fewer credits to qualify for ½, ¾, or full-time certification for purposes of Veteran’s Benefits, and federal financial aid eligibility



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