Public Humanities Master's students are eligible for partial tuition scholarships* provided by the Center for Public Humanities. In recent years, most admitted students who request program aid on their applications have been awarded a tuition scholarship equal up to 40% of the tuition cost for the duration of the program. The tuition scholarship award is conditional upon satisfactory academic progress.
Students who require additional support are encouraged to visit the Office of Financial Aid, which can provide information on student loans and leads on sources of funding beyond Brown University.
In addition to tuition scholarships, the Center for Public Humanities provides other forms of support for student activities.
Each year public humanities Master's students are awarded up to $500 for professional development. In the past, students used these funds to travel to conferences, attend online webinars, and for other professional development activities not available at Brown.
Summer Practicum Funding*
The Center has limited funds to offer some financial support (up to $3,000) to help Master's students defray the cost of living expenses during the summer practicum.
*PhD Students who are getting a transitional Master's degree in public humanities are not eligible for tuition scholarship, conference funding or summer practicum funding.