Important Deadlines

February 15


Deadline for prospective students to apply for financial aid (in order to be considered for scholarship support).

Students walking toward Kroon Hall
Michael Marsland


The Yale School of Forestry & Environmental Studies’ financial aid policies and program are designed to make it possible for studentto pursue an environmental education regardless of their financial circumstances.

On average 80% of our Masters students receive scholarship support.

The Office of Admissions and Financial Aid is committed to:

  • Assisting you in understanding our programs and the resources and options available to you;
  • Flexibility and concern in responding to individual circumstances and special needs, consistent with the guidelines of our general policies;
  • Protecting the confidentially of the information you provide us; and
  • Doing the best to notify you of any changes in federal programs and F&ES policies.


Are you a prospective or current Master’s student in need of financial aid? If so, you are in the right place!
Below is the Cost of Education for academic year 2015-2016.

Are you a prospective or current Doctoral student? Please go here instead.

Below is the Cost of Attendance for academic year 2015-2016

Tuition $38,185
Student Activity Fee $330
Student IT Fee $90
Books and Supplies (estimated) $500
Transportation (estimated) $1,500
Medical Insurance (estimated) $2,175
Living Expenses (estimated) $14,400
   
Total $57,180
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