GTU students (MA and PhD) all do a FAFSA, the federal student aid application. Additionally, there may be other opportunities. For example, in each cohort of doctoral students 2-3 are chosen for the Presidential Scholarship, which pays for the first two years of their tuition.
Yes. For more information on the best path for you please contact Dean of the CSS, Dr. James Lawrence, at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Yes! By auditing a class you will have access to course materials and be present at lectures, but will not receive a grade for the course. Final assesment, such as a paper or project, may therefore be optional.