Financing your education
It’s never too early to make a plan for financing your education. It is recommended that you start researching your eligibility and loan options as soon as possible. Visit these resources on Penn websites and federal websites to guide you through the process.
Student Financial Services
Penn’s Student Financial Services office is available to prospective and current students for financial aid inquiries. For more information on financing your graduate studies, visit the Student Financial Services website to:
- Check your loan eligibility status
- Get information on federal loans and payment plans
- Get email and mailing addresses, phone numbers, office hours, and appointment details
- Learn more about the differences between private and federal loans, and where you can find lenders
- Learn more about financial aid and billing: Watch a video hosted by Joe Manning, Associate Director of Graduate and Professional Aid
Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA)
All domestic applicants interested in their loan eligibility should complete the FAFSA form after applying to the program.
- Start your FAFSA form on the Department of Education’s website
If you intend to complete the Master of Applied Positive Psychology degree as a working professional, you may be able to take advantage of tuition reimbursement benefits offered by your employer. If you are a full-time Penn employee, learn more about Penn's tuition benefits on Penn’s Human Resources website.
Fellowship and scholarship details
The Christopher Peterson Memorial Fellowship provides partial tuition remission to one or more new MAPP students annually. Get more information about the scholarship and details on how to apply for it.
Hong Kong residents who are interested in attending MAPP can apply for the Bei Shan Tang Scholarship to cover the full tuition and fees of the MAPP program.