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Graduate Financial Aid

» Fellowships, Scholarships, and Endowments

A fellowship/scholarship is an award provided to graduate students from the school or department for the program a student is admitted to. Qualifications of the fellowship are determined by the school or department. Requirements may include academic merit, need, or other affiliations or studies. 

Prospective law students can learn more about scholarship opportunities at the Fowler School of Law Scholarships page.

Prospective graduate students should contact the Graduate Admissions Office for more information about scholarship or fellowship possibilities.

Current students with questions regarding fellowship eligiblity should contact their program coordinator. All other fellowship questions can be directed to the Office of Graduate Financial Aid.


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+ - Disciples of Christ (DOC)

This scholarship is awarded through Chapman University's Office of Church Relations. Funds are provided by Chapman University and the Christian Church (Disciples of Christ) and The United Church of Christ in recognition of participation in church activities. 

+ - Yellow Ribbon Program

Chapman University is proud to participate in the Yellow Ribbon Program. This program offers a generous matching scholarship to our eligible military personnel. For more information, visit the Chapman University Veterans Resource Center