Graduate Scholarships

Written by Rylee Newton
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Many graduate students around the world are eligible for financial aid and scholarships. If you're planning on attending graduate school in the coming years or months, you need to do everything you can to reduce your financial stress. When you consider how much work goes into earning your degree, it just makes sense to get your finances in order.

Rather than entering the workforce with a great deal of debt, you can reduce the financial burden by applying for and winning graduate scholarships. When it comes to finding a scholarship, it's always a good idea to consult with your career counselor or another mentor in your field. There are also specific online search engines for college scholarships. These search engines list thousands of scholarships for graduate students.

A Partial Listing of Available Scholarships

There are so many scholarships available to graduate students that it would be impossible to list them all here. The following is a partial list of available scholarships. Phi Alpha Theta is an honor society for history students. This organization offers several scholarships to graduate students including the A.F Zimmerman Scholarship, the Thomas S. Morgan Memorial Scholarship, and the William E. Parrish Scholarship.

The Alfred W. Dent Scholarships is for minority graduate students who are studying healthcare management. To apply for this scholarship you must be a full-time student in the American College of Healthcare Executives. Students pursing careers in education administration can earn $2,000 a year toward their graduate studies thanks to the Education Administration Scholarship Award.

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