Prospective Rossin College graduate students have access to a variety of financial support, both internal and external, to cover or defray the costs of graduate education

Financial aid for Lehigh University's graduate programs consists mainly of fixed-rate federal student loans through its Office of Financial Aid. Applicants must be registered at least half-time to be eligible for federal loans (6 credits each semester during the academic year, or 3 credits for each summer session). Enrollment in a degree program is also required. Visit the Financial Aid for Graduate Students page for contact information and more.

For a comprehensive overview of Federal funding opportunities, please review and Edvisors.

Lehigh-supported financial assistance for graduate students

Lehigh and/or the Rossin College make these support opportunities available to engineering graduate students:


To learn more about Lehigh-provided support to graduate students, visit the Financial Support section of Lehigh's Graduate Education & Life Web site.

External funding sources

To look for a scholarship that matches your interests and qualifications, you can access free scholarship information online at,,, or

You may also wish to review our curated lists of externally-available fellowships, scholarships, and assistantships and grants.

[Please note: the agencies/organizations that make these opportunities available are not connected to Lehigh.]