The University of Minnesota and the College of Education and Human Development offer many ways to pay for your degree. A good place to research costs and financial aid is at One Stop Student Services, where you can estimate your costs, and learn more about financial aid and scholarships at the U of M.
Current CEHD students are encouraged to apply for CEHD scholarships. CEHD awards scholarships ranging from $1,000-$20,000 for tuition, study abroad, and unpaid internships. Learn more and apply.
Financing your graduate studies works a little differently from funding your undergraduate degree. The student loan rules are not the same, and there are other tools and options open for you at the graduate level. Learn more and apply.
Being a first-generation college student means that my family depends on me being successful and having a good career. I definitely appreciate what I have and know what hard work can get me. Knowing that I have this financial help truly means a lot.
Business and Marketing Education
minor in Youth Studies
Marx Sloane Scholarship recipient