Financing Your Graduate Education


Senior Associate Director of Financial Aid

E-mail Roberta


Sarah Lawrence has a limited number of highly competitive scholarships that vary by degree program. Most do not require a separate application and are awarded at the time of admission to reflect recognition of previous accomplishments or strong fit with the culture and values of the program. Most graduate students fund their education through a combination of personal savings, loans, scholarships, and other outside sources of income or support.

Students who are interested in applying for federal loans should complete the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA). In general, students who qualify are able to borrow loans up to the cost of attendance. Parent information is not required on the FAFSA.