Eligible students may receive a graduate assistantship, which includes monetary support in addition to reduced tuition for both resident and non-resident students. Assistantship experiences are generally available in applied clinical/community settings.
The University may establish a differential in tuition and fees between State residents and non-residents, and must determine the resident classification of applicants and students. See South Carolina Code of Laws (59-112-10 et seq.).
Graduate students are eligible to apply for institutional scholarships and federal student aid. For more detailed information, you should contact the Office of Financial Aid located in Room 102 of the Administration Building (803/641-3476).
Students may also be eligible for graduate assistantships, which include a stipend and tuition reduction. Assistantship experiences are generally available in applied clinical/community settings.