Begin investigating sources of financial aid as early as possible and apply early. Visit the University of Washington Office of Financial Aid website for general information about financing your education, or contact the office directly at or 206-543-6101.

Students enrolled in this masters degree are eligible for privately-funded scholarships offered through the College of Education and within the wider University of Washington. A limited number of partial scholarships may be available (based on need) to TLC-IL students. If and when accepted, you'll receive information on how to apply.

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