If you are interested in applying for scholarships, grants-in-aid, and/or federal loans, DSPT offers Scholarship and Grant in Aid to both prospective and returning students. The GTU Financial Aid Office provides support for all federal student loan applications.
Institutional aid awarded by DSPT takes into consideration the student's financial need based on their EFC from the FAFSA, academic (GPA) performance, extracurricular activities, and individual participation in the community life of the Church and School. Please click link in the left hand bar for the estimated non-tuition expenses for the academic year.
Those not yet enrolled in a DSPT program must apply to an MA program by the March 1 or November 1 priority deadline for consideration for institutional aid.
To be considered for Scholarships/ Grants, you must:
Applications for Scholarships and Grants received after these deadlines may be considered if there are extenuating circumstances which resulted in the application being submitted after the due date.
Members of religious communities:
Students in the following categories are NOT eligible for scholarship or grant-in-aid awards:
To establish a student’s financial need and the total aid a student may receive under the Federal Student Aid program, the GTU Consortial Financial Aid Office calculates an estimated Cost of Attendance (COA), or standard student budget, for each financial aid applicant. Click here to see the budget breakdown.
Those eligible for benefits from the U.S. Department of Veteran Affairs should speak with their local VA representative. Information about VA educational benefits may be found at the VA website: http://www.benefits.va.gov/gibill/get_started.asp; or in the Benefits for Veterans and Dependents Handbook. If you are a veteran and are considering applying to DSPT, then you are requested to review the Student Bill of Rights and Considerations Prior to Enrollment, and submit a signed copy at the time of your application.
Director of Admissions
510-883-2073 or 888-450-3778