Graduate Programs Financial Aid
Types of financial aid
Please click on the subheads below or the links at left to learn more details about each form of aid.
A loan is a form of financial assistance that requires repayment. Repayment of principal typically begins six months after the student is no longer attending school. Graduate students have a variety of loans available to them. Most students find that their financial obligations can be met by their Stafford Loan eligibility, but we’ve provided information about other loans here as well.
Opportunities for graduate students to be employed by Messiah College at its Mechanicsburg, Pa. campus.
A scholarship is a form of financial assistance that does not need to be repaid. Visit the Messiah College General Scholarship Search Engine to locate available private scholarships.
Messiah College is happy to welcome veterans and/or their family members to our community. Veterans’ benefits may be used by those who have served in the U.S. Armed Forces, their spouses and dependents, and/or their surviving family members.
Assistance is offered by many employers as an incentive to their employees to obtain their advanced degree. Messiah College offers a deferred tuition payment plan to students in cooperation with their employer.