College of Arts & Sciences at Suffolk University
Why you should consider this program
The programs supported by the Coverdell Fellowship include: MS in Crime and Justice Studies, MS in Ethics & Public Policy, MS in Mental Health Counseling, MA in Applied Politics and an MA in Global Public Policy. While they all have unique and exciting features, each offers rigorous academics, small classes, expert faculty and hands-on learning. Full and part-time options are available. Tuition rates below are for the Crime and Justice program only. Full tuition details are available here: http://www.suffolk.edu/explore/68019.php Cost of living also varies.
More information is here: https://www.suffolk.edu/college/graduate/76948.php and https://www.suffolk.edu/college/graduate/76947.php.
Benefits for Coverdell Fellows
|Tuition/fees for Complete Program||Value of Coverdell Fellowship||Net cost *|
|In state||$ 35,000||$ 10,500||$ 24,500|
|Out of state||$ 35,000||$ 10,500||$ 24,500|
Where the cost savings value of the Coverdell Fellowship comes from
All accepted Fellows will be awarded a scholarship equivalent to at least 30% of their tuition charges (some students may be eligible for a higher merit-based award). Awards will renew up to a total of four semesters for full-time enrollment or eight semesters for part-time enrollment (minimum of 6 credits per semester). Scholarships are available for the Fall and Spring semesters only.
Fellowships awarded per year (average)
Annual cost of living (estimated)
Application fee waived?Yes
Jobs for program alumni
2 years typically, depends on program
Online application, transcripts, recommendations (1-2 depending on program), goal statement, resume, GRE- if required by program
Check the Coverdell box within the application. Applicants must have an earned bachelors degree from an accredited institution and have satisfactorily completed their Peace Corps service. Admission decisions are based on a number of factors, including prior academic performance, relevant experience (e.g. your time volunteering with the Peace Corps, professional work experience, etc.), test scores (if required), the goal statement (essay), recommendations, and your fit in the program.
Late August and mid-January each year