The Bush School prides itself on keeping its academic programs affordable. Through generous donations and state and university funding, we have created an environment of academic excellence comparable to schools that cost much more. We aim to prepare students for careers in public service without burdening them with expensive school loans and debt.
Financial assistance at the Bush School comes in many forms. The centerpiece of our funding is Bush School Scholarships, which support the majority of our students. We also grant non-resident tuition waivers to our out-of-state students, and we work with Texas A&M’s Office of Graduate Studies and the Robertson Foundation for Government to grant competitive, nomination-based, selective fellowships.
The Bush School also offers about two-dozen graduate assistantships to second-year students, granted via merit and skill sets. As well, financial loans are offered through federal student aid (FAFSA) and the campus and community offer part-time work opportunities. Whichever way you go, presenting strengths and meeting deadlines is essential when competing for financial assistance.
Please select your program of interest for more information on costs and aid.