The Clinton School of Public Service is now accepting applications for Fall 2024 enrollment in its Master of Public Service degree program.
The MPS degree program has two application deadlines:
- The Priority Deadline is October 15. Completed applicants will receive admission and merit scholarship decisions by November 30.
- The Regular Deadline is December 15. Completed applicants will receive admission and merit scholarship decisions by March 1.
In preparation for the Fall 2024 enrollment cycle, the Clinton School is expanding its range of merit-based scholarships and cost-of-living stipends offered to incoming students.
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.
To learn more about the Clinton School’s scholarship opportunities, email Rachel Villafane, Manager of Enrollment and Student Services, at firstname.lastname@example.org, or schedule a 30-minute call.
The first Master of Public Service degree in the nation, the Clinton School’s MPS is an action-oriented program focused on preparing students for the tough work of on-the-ground change.
While learning valuable lessons in the classroom, MPS students complete three for-credit public service projects ranging from local work in Arkansas communities to international projects across the world.