The Infant Mental Health Program is committed to making graduate study at Mills as affordable and accessible as possible. The following program-specific sources of financial aid are available in addition to those outlined on our financial aid for graduate students page.
The Infant Mental Health Program is proud to offer both merit and need-based scholarships. In the additional questions section of the Mills graduate application, indicate that you plan to apply for financial aid. Then submit your Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) by February 1 (fall application) or November 1 (spring application) to receive priority consideration for these scholarships .
If you are DACA-eligible or otherwise unable to submit a FAFSA online, contact the Office of Graduate Admissions to learn about alternate documentation. You can reach us at 510.430.3309 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
A partial-tuition assistantship at the Mills College Children’s School is an excellent way to offset some of your tuition while gaining invaluable professional experience. If you complete your admission application and submit your FAFSA to be considered for scholarships, then you will be considered for an assistantship automatically during the admission process.
Mills supports AmeriCorps alumnae by providing up to $5,500 in matching funds to cover the costs of graduate study. To qualify for this grant, you must be accepted to Mills, attend full time, and submit a copy of your AmeriCorps voucher when you apply for financial aid.