Presidio Graduate School believes students are making a great investment in their personal and professional development and strives to make the programs affordable.
The Board of Directors Distinguished Scholarship is for students whose personal talents distinguish them within the pool of admitted applicants. Up to $4,000
The Board of Directors Diversity Scholarship is awarded to students whose diverse life experiences and contributions to diverse groups distinguish them within the pool of admitted applicants. Up to $4,000
The Presidio Leadership Scholar Award is presented to a select number of newly admitted students based on an essay of 500 words or less that describes the applicant’s strong alignment with the mission of the school, leadership potential, and work and volunteer experience. Up to $4,500
Richard M. Gray founder of Presidio Graduate School is honored through this scholarship. The school will award scholarships to selected continuing degree students. The scholarships will be awarded to those students who win a faculty-judged one to two-page proposal for a sustainable product or service which the winners may, or may not, seek to develop during their academic work in a Presidio program. Up to $3,000
Established by the Fred Gellert Family Foundation, the Huey D. Johnson scholarship provides tuition support to students showing promise in environmental policy and business management, and will be awarded at the discretion of the President. The scholarship honors the legendary California environmentalist Huey Johnson, founder and president of the Resource Renewal Institute, former president of the Nature Conservancy and, from 1976-1982, Secretary of Resources for the State of California. $2,500 - $4,000
Launched in Spring 2013, the Invoking the Pause (ITP) Scholarship Fund is made possible by the generous support of Maggie Kaplan. Maggie Kaplan is the Executive Director of Invoking the Pause, an environmental grants program designed to advance public awareness and engagement about climate change issues. $1,000 - $3,000
With administrative offices located in the Presidio, a former military base on the northern tip of the San Francisco Peninsula, Presidio Graduate School is committed to providing financial scholarships to U.S. Veterans. $2,500 - $4,500
Are you a frequent blogger about sustainability and more specifically, one of Presidio Graduate Schools academic focus areas? Up to $2,700
In keeping with the school’s mission to educate the next generation of business and policy leaders in the sustainability field, Presidio will award Graduate Community Service Merit Scholarships on a competitive basis to a limited number of incoming MPA students who have demonstrated exceptional achievements in community service activities in either paid or volunteer positions. $4,000 - $5,000
Awarded to Master of Public Administration students, the Public Administration Scholarship is based on the strength of application and work experience in the public sector. $2,500 - $5,000
Questions regarding Presidio scholarships should be directed to Simone Kujau.
Financial aid application materials are available each December for the following academic year. Students wishing to be considered for assistance from federal, state, or institutional sources must complete all required forms, which can be found on the Alliant website. Check back periodically for special news and announcements on new scholarships, etc.
Current and incoming students should contact Carly Miles at email@example.com with all questions regarding financial aid policies, processes, or procedures. In addition, general questions can be answered via phone at 1-858-635-4700 or firstname.lastname@example.org
The work-study program at Presidio Graduate School is administered and coordinated by Alliant University. The University receives funds each year from the federal government to administer the program and pay the students.
The work-study program provides part-time jobs for students with financial need, allowing them to earn money to help pay for education expenses. A student’s work-study eligibility for the academic year is based on when the student applied for financial aid (students must complete the FAFSA form), financial need, whether or not the student has registered for classes in the upcoming school year, and the University's funding level. Students must also be U.S. or naturalized citizens.
Presidio Graduate School does not have an institutional work-study program; all funding received for work-study is from the federal government. As a result, funding is limited and students must fill out a FAFSA form and be financially eligible to receive a work-study award.