For the Fall 2024 enrollment cycle, the Clinton School is increasing the number of merit-based scholarship opportunities available to enrolling students. Enhanced cost-of-living stipends are also available.

The average scholarship-to-tuition ratio for the most recent enrolling cohort is 70%. After receiving scholarship and stipend support, students pay on average less than $3,300 annually to earn their Master of Public Service degrees.

Priority consideration for funding will be given to those who complete their application by October 15.

For more information, contact Rachel Villafane, Manager of Enrollment and Student Services, at (501) 683-5220 or