Financial Aid

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Financial Aid Opportunities

The EdLF Department has limited financial aid for its students. Students interested in obtaining financial aid should submit the Educational Leadership Application for Financial Aid by April 1st for spring and summer terms, and July 15th for fall and winter semesters. (You will find this application in TaskStream.) Students are also encouraged to seek other sources of funding, such as:

Students are also encouraged to seek other sources of funding, such as:

  • Aspiring Principals’ Academy Scholarships – Participants in the Aspiring Principals’ Academy (APA) who apply and are admitted to the School Leadership Program will receive a $1,000 scholarship.
  • GRE Fee Forgiveness is provided to any student that does not already have a master’s degree and enrolls in the program.
  • District Sabbaticals – Contact your district to learn about sabbatical opportunities, criteria and applications, and deadlines. Some district sabbatical deadlines are as early as October.
  • Other & Loans Grants – It is recommended that students also seek financial assistance from other sources. BYU’s financial aid office is a good place to explore some of these options.

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