Scholarship Opportunities

The Klingenstein Center provides more than $1 million in scholarships for fellowships and master's programs.

Scholarship Opportunities

The Klingenstein Center works to ensure that as many qualified applicants as possible can attend our programs regardless of their financial circumstances. There are several possible means of financing your degree in Education Leadership, with a concentration in Private School Leadership. Recognizing the financial challenge of a full year educational program, students enrolled in the Full-Year MA may be eligible for generous Scholars Awards.  Two-Summers MA degree program students are eligible to apply for limited scholarship aid for tuition support. Both need-based and merit-based awards are made by the Admissions Office and the Klingenstein Center. Funds are dispersed directly to the Office of Student Accounts in order to supplement directly the cost of tuition.

The Klingenstein Center for Independent School Leadership is made possible by the generosity of the Joseph and Esther A. Klingenstein Family Fund. In recent years, students have received tuition support from the Klingenstein Fund, the Altman Foundation, Barnes Foundation, van Otterloo Family Fund and the Benedict Foundation among other philanthropic institutions.

Apply online through the Teachers College Office of Financial Aid.