The College of Education offers nearly $3 million in fellowships, assistantships, scholarships, and other awards to its students.
These awards celebrate outstanding student achievement in areas such as academic performance, research, student leadership, community service and citizenship, and contributions to all areas of education.
Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA)
You must file the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) as soon as possible after applications open October 1st because some funds are limited and awarded on a first-come, first-served basis.
College of Education Scholarships
Thank you to alumni, donors, and friends of the College of Education for their generosity in providing more than $400,000 annually in scholarship funding for students.
The application for most of the scholarships opens January 1.
Find available university and external scholarships, as well as the Iowa Scholarship Portal login.
Graduate Student Resources
The UI Graduate College, your academic program, and the UI Office of Student Financial Aid can be great resources for financial aid to pay for graduate study.
A variety of assistantships and grants are awarded in the College of Education each year. Applicants should check directly with individual programs or departments for positions. All open assistantship opportunities must also be advertised on:
Students who wish to work while attending the University of Iowa will find job opportunities on the University campus and in the local Iowa City/Coralville community.
Undergraduate tuition and related living costs
We’re here to help you understand and plan for expenses you can expect while a student, whether you’re living on campus, off campus, or at home.
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Graduate student tuition and related costs
Costs vary by program. To see the costs of graduate school for both in state and out of state and international students, please visit: