Master of Public Administration scholarships and financial aid
Financial assistance for NAU MPA students
Scholarships, graduate assistantships, and other financial aid can help you through graduate school at Northern Arizona University. Visit these sites to learn more about potential sources of financial assistance.
Roy and Delores Morey and Jack and Ruby Vaughn have endowed a scholarship program that will provide a stipend to defray travel, living, and other expenses associated with an internship in Washington, D.C. to work in a congressional office, executive branch, judicial branch, department, or agency.
Learn how to apply from NAU’s Department of Politics and International Affairs.
Maxwell-Lutz Community Impact Award
The College of Social and Behavioral Sciences (SBS), the College of the Environment, Forestry, and Natural Sciences (CEFNS), and the College of Engineering, Informatics, and Applied Sciences (CEIAS) request teams to submit proposals for consideration of this award.
The proposal must detail that there is a substantive and verifiable community impact and interdisciplinary collaboration that includes faculty or students from the three colleges.
Learn more about the proposal process and past winners of the Maxwell Lutz Community Impact Award.
- national scholarships and fellowships
- employment programs, loans, and scholarships
- veterans’ educational benefits
- current graduate assistantship openings in departments across campus
- support services units that offer graduate assistantships
Looking for more? FastWeb is an excellent independent scholarship guide. Register and use the interactive form to match you with a variety of possible funding sources.
Learn more about how the MPA program gets involved in the community.