Financial Aid and Scholarships – School of Graduate Studies
Explore financial aid options to help you pursue advanced degrees.
St. George’s University offers a variety of graduate school scholarships and loans to help you address the cost of graduate school.
Financial Aid Overview
SGU’s Office of Financial Aid
The Office of Financial Aid administers the financial aid available to SGU students, including need-based scholarships, and student loans. We also offer students extensive financial aid counseling to help them understand eligibility requirements and any terms and conditions of financial assistance packages.
Financial Aid Counselors can be reached Monday through Friday from 9 am – 5 pm (eastern) at:
US/Canada Toll-free: 1 (800) 899-6337 ext. 1232
Worldwide: +1 (631) 665-8500 ext. 1232
Fax: +1 (631) 666–9162
Graduate Student Loans
Private Education Loans
The Financial Aid Office maintains a list of private educational lenders in the United States who offer loan programs to SGU students. We can help guide you to the lending programs that will best suit your needs.
US Students can apply for these loans to meet all or part of their cost of attendance. Some lenders may also offer private loan programs for parents, guardians, sponsors, or other individuals who wish to borrow on behalf of the student to help fund their education.
Private loan programs are available only to students who have a satisfactory credit history as determined by the lender. These loans have repayment terms that begin following withdrawal or graduation from school, but may be extended.
The loans may have a fixed or variable interest rate that is tied to an index, such as LIBOR or PRIME, plus a margin. The interest rates and fees you pay on a private student loan are based on your credit score and the credit score of your cosigner, if applicable.
St. George’s University does not prefer, recommend, promote, endorse, or suggest any lenders. You are not required to borrow from any of the lenders appearing on these lists and there is no penalty for selecting a different lender, if available.Applications for private loans are completed by the applicant and certified by a Financial Aid Counselor.
For additional information, Financial Aid Counselors can be reached Monday through Friday from 9 AM to 5 PM EST at:
Telephone: 1-800-899-6337 ext 1232
Fax: (631) 666–9162
SGU offers a variety of institutional scholarships designed to recognize academic excellence and provide access to the best and brightest students regardless of circumstance.
In addition to University-sponsored scholarships, we have developed other unique scholarship opportunities for our students.
Graduate Studies Scholarship
These scholarships are available for student entering a School of Graduate Studies program. Awards are given per credit in the MPH or MSc Program. These awards are grants-in-aid and do not have to be repaid.
June 1 for August class
November 1 for January class
Applications will be reviewed and award determinations made in a timely manner. Award letters will be emailed to the email address included on your application and/or your SGU email address.
All US students applying for a Graduate Studies Scholarship must fill out a FAFSA and include financial information. Please note, School of Graduate Studies are not eligible for federal student loans.
Students enrolling in the MBA degree program will automatically be awarded a scholarship.
This program offers students a true distance learning experience, with online classes held twice weekly in the evening hours and augmented with two one-week residencies at our True Blue Campus in Grenada.
Upon acceptance to the MBA program all students will receive the Global Leaders Scholarship, which reduces the cost of tuition by 30%.
Tips for Saving Money
Whether you’re concerned about how to afford traveling to and from Grenada or budgeting during your time as a college student, SGU offers many insights on making college expenses more affordable.
Hear from students who share their perspective on some great ways to save money.
Keep track of important admissions and financial aid deadlines.