Mills commits substantial resources to ensure that talented students from all backgrounds can afford a Mills education without taking on excessive debt. Each of our graduate programs offers financial aid (that you don't have to pay back) in the form of scholarships or assistantships or fellowships. In most cases, award decisions are based on the strength of your admission application and the financial information submitted with your Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA).
Learn more about program-specific financial aid opportunities using the links below:
Many Mills graduate students have successfully applied for national scholarships sponsored by a wide range of nonprofit organizations and educational funds. Here are some online scholarship search tools that our students have found helpful:*
*Inclusion in this list does not imply an endorsement from Mills College.
Visit our financial aid for graduate students page for information on how to apply for financial aid and federal low-interest student loans.