All matriculated students taking 6 or more credits per semester may apply for financial aid. Financial aid consists of tuition and housing scholarships, loans, stipends, or some combination of these types of aid.
New York State residents are required to apply to the Tuition Assistance Program (TAP). Students pursuing only the diploma of hazzan are not eligible for TAP.
Applications and further information are available from the Office of Student Financial Aid.
The following merit-based fellowships and scholarships are available at JTS. Recipients are usually chosen at the time of admission, and selection is made on the basis of academic strengths and other qualifications. Financial need is not a factor.
Graduate students who plan to pursue careers in the North American Jewish community are eligible for this fellowship sponsored by the Wexner Foundation. Applications are available from:
The Wexner Foundation
6525 West Campus Oval, Suite 110
New Albany OH, 43054