Financial assistance is limited but available in a number of forms to well-qualified applicants. The Program provides tuition remission through graduate assistantships, awarding one or more per semester. Research fellowships are often available in association with faculty supervised research projects. For information on work study, federal and private loans, or other financial aid opportunities, please contact the GRS Financial Aid office.
Many students find opportunities to work part-time in Boston area preservation agencies, including:
- The Boston Landmarks Commission
- The National Park Service
- Private organizations including the Northeast Office of the National Trust, the Boston Preservation Alliance, and PreservatiONMASS.
The Program director may be able to assist students in placements of this kind. For more information, click the button below.