Graduate students are encouraged to take a holistic approach to financing their education. This may include budgeting, fellowships and awards, stipends, work, work study, loans, and grants. While statistics bear out that graduate school overwhelmingly pays off, students are cautioned against taking out excessive amounts of loans. As a general rule, students are advised not to take out sums that will total, upon repayment, more than 8 percent of their monthly income. Students wishing to learn more about projected earnings will find the Career Center to be a useful resource. We also encourage all of our students to visit the . For more information on loans and other types of financial aid, visit the .


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