A graduate education requires a signifcant investment of time and money, but the payoff in terms of personal satisfaction and career advancement are well worth it. A Master of Arts degree in Government will benefit you throughout your professional life and can be used in a variety of career fields. Regent University has many forms of financial aid available including scholarships, grants, tuition discounts for military and government employees, and participation in the federal student loan program. Students are encouraged to explore the links below to learn more about each of these financial aid opportunities.
Student do not need to separately apply for the Robertson School of Government (RSG) scholarships. Once accepted into the program, a student's RSG scholarship amount will be determined by the Director of Enrollment Services, J. Clayton Ricker.
Students will generally receive a decision regarding their scholarship award within 5-7 business days after admission decision is made. Please direct any additional RSG financial aid questions to J. Clayton Ricker.