Tuition and Fees

Accurate information about tuition and fee rates can be found on the Office of the Registrar Tuition and Fees page. Select the appropriate session and select the Graduate College. Then under “Filter by Curricular College,” select the College of Education.

Residency Classification for Tuition Purposes

Establishing yourself as an Iowan for tuition purposes has cost saving benefits. Detailed information can be found on the Residency page at the Office of the Registrar's website.

Assistantship Rates

Assistantship rates (salary and tuition scholarships) for graduate assistantships that honor the COGS union collective bargaining agreement are available on the Office of the Dean's Finance page.

Graduate Assistantships and Program-based Funding


The M.A. program does not offer program-based financial aid. However, you may be eligible for needs-based aid (and other forms of grants and scholarships) offered through the College of Education or University of Iowa Office of Financial Aid.

Ed.S. and Ph.D.

Full-time students interested in being considered for assistantships/funding, must submit their application by January 2 for Fall Semester. Students seeking admission for Spring Semester will not be considered for funding until the following Fall Semester.

More Financial Support Information

College of Education

University of Iowa