The USC Roski School of Fine Arts offers funding opportunities for M.A. candidates. These awards are available to both incoming and continuing students, regardless of their country of citizenship. Awards are in the form of Scholarships and Faculty Assistantships.
First-year awards are granted during the admissions process and are based on merit. No special application is necessary for these awards; all applicants are automatically considered. Awards for second-year students are allocated at the end of the first year and are based on merit. Application information for second-year students will be available in the spring semester of the first year of study.
Applicants who are citizens of the United States can also apply for government-sponsored loans through the USC Office of Financial Aid. Students who are not U.S. citizens are not eligible for these loans, but may be eligible for loans in their country of origin.