The price tag of a Le Moyne degree is part of the journey to the first day of your graduate classes on the Heights. No matter what program you’re interested in – our arts administration, advanced certificates of study, clinical mental health counseling, Ed.D., a master’s in education, MBA, information systems, nursing, occupational therapy or physician assistant studies, – we know you want to know your ROI.

Through fellowships, loans, grants and financing, we can help you discover the best way to fund your goals and the next step of your education. Set up an appointment with our graduate admissions team to talk more about the following options:

  • Federal Direct Loans, Federal Unsubsidized Loans or Federal Graduate PLUS loans: If you are enrolled on at least a half-time basis (6 credits of coursework per semester), you’re able to apply for a federal loan.
  • Employer Tuition Benefit: If you’re working with an employer tuition benefit, we can help you navigate how it applies to Le Moyne.
  • Graduate Assistantships: Positions are available for accepted students in Le Moyne College’s campus offices. Reach out for more information.
  • Monthly Payment Plans: Interest-free monthly payment plans are available if you need an alternative to paying at the beginning of each semester.

Additional Aid by Graduate Program

Depending on the program you’re considering, there are also additional options to help finance your degree.

Ed.D. Executive Leadership

The Ed.D. program has several scholarships available to you. No additional application is necessary. Magis Doctoral Scholarship supports a student who demonstrates the Pillars of Excellence: Leadership that Transforms, Social Responsibility, Scholarship and Communication. Ignatian Doctoral Scholarship supports a student(s) demonstrating the Pillars of Excellence and who represent a personal or professional background of high need and exemplify a deep commitment to social justice. Employer Cohort Awards are offered to two or more applicants from the same company who join the same cohort for the doctorate in executive leadership; those employees are eligible for a 40% reduction in their tuition.

Education (MST & MSEd)

Le Moyne’s Teacher Tuition Relief Program offers a significant tuition decrease for students in the College’s Master of Science in Education (MS.Ed.) and Master of Science in Teaching (M.S.T.) programs. The new tuition rate is competitive with that at state institutions. In addition: The NYS Teacher Loan Forgiveness Program includes up to $5,000/year for up to four years. NYSUT teachers can often qualify for loan forgiveness programs, like the Perkins Loan Teacher Cancellation Program, by working in low-income schools or in high-need educational areas.

Nursing (FNP / DNP)

The Nurse Faculty Loan Program (NFLP) was established to increase the number of qualified nursing faculty by providing loans to part-time and full-time students enrolled in qualifying programs. After graduation, 85% of the total NFLP loan is forgiven over a consecutive four-year period, while loan recipients serve as full-time nursing faculty at a school of nursing.

Occupational Therapy (OT)

The OT program has several scholarships available to you. No additional application is necessary. Excellence in Occupational Therapy Scholarships: These awards support students demonstrating exceptional commitment to the program's mission to contribute to the profession through service, scholarship and leadership and to promoting occupational justice in communities. Prerequisite Support Awards: These support accepted students’ costs to complete missing prerequisite coursework. Additional scholarship opportunities outside of the College are linked below.

Physician Assistant Studies (PA)

The PA program offers students with the Department of Physician Assistant Studies (DPAS) Scholarship, which recognizes future healthcare providers that aspire to provide competent and patient centered care to patients in underserved communities.

Graduate School on the Heights

Questions? Let’s get in touch.

Grewen Hall

Office of Graduate Admission

Grewen Hall 324