Students awarded the Dean’s Master’s Scholarship for a Penn Engineering Online degree may elect to attend on a full or part-time basis.
Scholarship applications will need to be completed by the Early Application Deadline of the Penn Engineering Online degree program for which you are applying. Any application that is incomplete at the early deadline will not be eligible for scholarship consideration. Applications can only be submitted at the time of application to the program. Please refer to our scholarship page for more information.
For privacy reasons, scholarship recipients and amounts awarded will be kept confidential.
Penn Engineering offers the Dean’s Master’s Scholarship for Online students which provides financial support to online Master’s students in order to further the University’s interest in attracting an academically talented and diverse student body. Visit here to learn more.
In addition, we encourage you to explore external scholarships/fellowships.
Tuition and fees are based on the number of courses you are taking per semester. For details about costs, see our Tuition & Financing page.
Email our colleagues at the Student Registration and Financial Services office or call them at 215-898-6636.
We bill the VA each semester based on the number of credits you’re registered for. We cannot bill the VA for the entire program all at once.
Online degree students who are enrolled at least half-time (at least two courses) will be eligible to apply for federal student loans. International students’ eligibility may vary depending upon their international status.
Please be mindful of the FAFSA deadlines in relation to the application deadlines.