Financial Aid

Financing Your Graduate Studies

Tuition Rates

The Health Promotion and Education Program follows the General Graduate tuition rates. These rates are subject to change without notice per University policy. Tuition is calculated based on the number of credit hours. Click to view General Graduate Tuition Rate Schedules for the University of Utah.

Funding and Scholarships

There are a number of scholarships and funding opportunities available to graduate students through the program and College of Health. Applications are accepted once a year during spring semester.

Graduate Teaching Assistantships

If you are interested in applying for a teaching assistantship, you should submit a cover letter, resume, and list of courses you could teach to the program director for consideration. Preference will be given to doctoral students and individuals who have teaching experience and/or experience in the field of health promotion and education.

Other Financial Aid

Graduate students should contact the Financial Aid Office (801-581-6211), Student Services Building Room 105 for more information on financial aid eligibility and federal work study opportunities that may be available. General student loan information can be found here or contact Income Accounting and Student Loan Services (801-581-7344) for additional inquiries.