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Admission Office
(440) 826-2222, admission@bw.edu

One Stop
(440) 826-2121, onestop@bw.edu

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LOANS FOR GRADUATE STUDENTS 

Graduate students in the School of Education may pursue financial support in the form of educational loans.

If this is your first graduate degree, or if you earned a graduate or professional degree unrelated to K-12 education, you may consider pursuing federal direct student loans, graduate PLUS loans, or private education loans.

Graduate students who have already earned a master's degree related to K-12 education may utilize private education loans, which often have interest rates and repayment options that are as competitive or perhaps even better than the federal loans.

Graduate Assistantship Options

Baldwin Wallace University offers incoming graduate students with the opportunity to build new skills, increase content development and impact the BW community by pursuing a graduate assistantship (GA) or graduate research assistantship (GRA) while completing their degree. These positions require working 10 hours each week and students will receive a tuition discount for up to one academic year (fall and spring semesters). Tuition discounts vary by position. Learn more about graduate assistantship options.