At the University of Missouri - St. Louis, we strive to provide our graduate students with a competitive, challenging, and enriching academic experience as a public research university that is both top-ranked nationally and more affordable than most other universities in the area. UMSL also offers numerous ways for our graduate students to obtain funding, including:

Visit the Student Financial Aid office to learn more and apply for scholarships, loans and grants.
UMSL offers many graduate assistantships. Check with your degree program advisor to see if there are any assistantships available in your program.

National organizations that promote a more diverse population in graduate education offer a variety of fellowships and scholarships for students from backgrounds that are under-represented in graduate schools. For information, please visit this page.

Non-Resident students should review the residency requirements and program options below.  

Residency requirements needed to be classified as a Resident for Fee Purposes.
This program makes out-of-state tuition more affordable for students from certain states.