Graduate Financial Aid Opportunities
John Cabot University helps dedicated and deserving students meet their educational goals through a focused merit-based scholarship program which assists selected students of limited means and/or extraordinary academic achievement to experience the high quality of education that JCU offers. Financial Aid at JCU comes in various forms such as loans, scholarships, and other resources.
Applicants to the MA in Art History will be automatically considered for the following forms of financial assistance (a separate funding application is not required):
- Full Presidential Graduate Tuition Grants (1-2 merit-based awards per year)
- Partial Graduate Tuition Grants
- Regina A. Lee Scholarship
JCU alumni admitted to the MA receive a tuition discount of 10%. This alumni discount also applies for students who have studied abroad at JCU for a semester or summer. Alumni are also eligible for the financial assistance outlined above; however the Alumni Discount is not applicable for those who receive full tuition fellowships.
John Cabot participates in the Title IV Federal Direct Loan Programs for graduate students who are US citizens or Permanent Residents of the US. Graduate students also have to option to apply for private loans to help finance their studies at JCU. Learn more about financing your education through student loan options.
Veteran & Military Family Education Benefits
John Cabot University welcomes U.S. Veterans and dependents of Veterans! We are grateful to you and your family for your military service and are committed to providing the support you need to study abroad or earn a degree from a U.S.-accredited university in Rome, Italy. John Cabot is proud to certify VA benefits for graduate students enrolled in the Master's Program in Art History, which offers tuition assistance, and housing and book stipends. Learn more about Veterans Aid at JCU.