Tuition & Aid
Tuition and fees for the program are calculated on a per-course basis with the exception of the Teacher Residency option. The total cost of tuition and fees for the Inclusive Education Master's Degree Program are listed below. Additional fees may apply.
2021-2022 Tuition Rates
|Stonehill Teacher Residency Program - 14 Months|
|Tuition (includes cost for courses and registration fees)||$19,000
|Tuition (cost per course)||$2,500|
|Catholic Educator Rate (valid for two non-degree courses)||$1,000|
*Applicable to alumni, employees, employees' spouses, employees' children, and/or nieces and nephews of Congregation of Holy Cross priests.
**Applicable for approved educational partners.
The Advancing Special Education (ASE) in Urban Settings Award is awarded to a graduate student committed to working in special education in urban settings. ASE Scholars are selected based on their demonstrated and future commitment to teaching in urban education or settings. Graduate students with demonstrated financial need are given preference. Candidates additionally demonstrate a commitment to the mission and ideology of Stonehill College Graduate Inclusive Education.
We are committed to assisting graduate students in meeting their responsibilities for the cost of education by helping them bridge the gap between their own resources and the cost of attendance.
The Office of Student Financial Assistance is committed to supporting you throughout your educational program. Stonehill College offers federal loans to supplement your ability to pay. For more information regarding the application process, deadlines and other available options, please visit the graduate student section of the Tuition & Aid website.
Stonehill offers an interest-free Monthly Affordable Payment (MAP) Plan each semester instead of or in conjunction with direct payments and/or other borrowing to cover graduate educational costs. Learn more about graduate tuition and fees as well as payment options and plans on the Student Accounts website.