Scholarships for All Degree Programs

Presidio Graduate School believes students are making a great investment in their personal and professional development and the future of our world. PGS strives to make our programs affordable and your dreams attainable. All new domestic students interested in being considered for one of our scholarships must fill out a yearly FAFSA application. International students accepted into the Seattle Metro MBA program are eligible for specific scholarships and are not required to complete the FAFSA application. Please see specific scholarship requirements listed below.  Additional scholarships may also be found through third-party online search sites, some examples are listed here:

Additional Scholarship/Fellowship Resources

Scholarships are competitively awarded to full time students based on need and merit on a first come basis.

All students interested in being considered for a PGS scholarship for the upcoming semester must have already been accepted into a PGS program and must complete the PGS Scholarship Request Form. Award notifications will be sent after acceptance letter is sent, and before the decision deadline.

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Presidio Graduate School Scholarships

Below you will find links with comprehensive information on the criteria for available  PGS scholarships.

The Enlight International Scholarship 

Campus/Program: International Students accepted into the Seattle Metro MBA program or domestic students accepted into the San Francisco MPA, or Dual Degree program and are dedicated to making change at a global level.

Quantity Available: Varies up to $12,000

Award Criteria:

Supporting our diverse community, the Enlight International Scholarship is a donor funded scholarship with specific requirements to encourage non-US born students to pursue and fulfill their graduate school dreams.

Eligibility requirements:

  • Completed PGS Scholarship Request Form
  • Preference given to international students. Secondary preference for students pursuing Master of Public Administration (MPA) or Dual Degree (MBA/MPA). Domestic students pursuing Master in Business Administration (MBA) are not eligible.
  • Award will be distributed over each semester to students enrolled full-time in the respective program and maintaining a GPA of 3.25 or above for continuous qualification of the scholarship. LOA and part time status or change in program will forfeit the award.
Richard M. Gray Scholarship 

Campus/Program: All/All

Quantity Available: Varies up to $4,000

Award Criteria:

Richard M. Gray, founder of Presidio Graduate School, is remembered and appreciated for his entrepreneurial spirit and vision for the school through this donation funded scholarship. PGS will award scholarships each year to selected new or continuing MBA, MPA and/or Dual degree full time students.

Eligibility requirements:

  • Completed PGS Scholarship Request Form
  • Submit a one-page proposal for a sustainable product or service to: scholarships@presidio.edu which the winners may seek to develop during their academic work in a Presidio Graduate School program.
  • Award will be distributed over each semester to students enrolled full-time in the respective program and maintaining a GPA of 3.0 or above for continuous qualification of the scholarship. LOA and part time status will forfeit the award. 
Circle Grant 

Campus/Program: All/All

Quantity Available: Varies based on need

Award Criteria:

Supporting students with financial need, the PGS Circle Grant is an institutional need based only award given at the discretion of the school. This award helps to enrich the classroom experience and diversify our community.

Eligibility requirements:

  • Completed PGS Scholarship Request Form
  • Award will be granted for the first semester only to students enrolled full-time in the respective program and based on need. Student must maintain a GPA of 3.25 or above for continuous qualification of the scholarship and must re-apply each semester. LOA and part time status will forfeit the award. 

Ray C. Anderson Foundation “Industrial Revolutionaries” Scholarship 

Campus/Program: All/All

Quantity Available: Varies

Award Criteria:

Established by the Ray C. Anderson Foundation, up to four outstanding incoming PGS students will be named “Industrial Revolutionaries,” whose bold ideas and passion for sustainability are worthy of Ray Anderson’s legacy and who, through their Capstone experience, will be equipped with the tools and knowledge to achieve extraordinary impact in redesigning enterprise for social good. To learn more about the Ray C. Anderson Circle at PGS, whose members serve as advisor-mentors to the Industrial Revolutionaries, please click here.

Eligibility requirements:

  • Completed PGS Scholarship form below
  • Include a 500 word essay describing why you think you are the next “Industrial Revolutionary” and how your bold ideas will shape the future of sustainable enterprise.
  • Award will be distributed over each semester to students enrolled full-time in the respective program and maintaining a GPA of 3.0 or above for continuous qualification of the scholarship. LOA and part time status will forfeit the award. 

 

Please note that there are always opportunities to donate funds to specific scholarships. Please donate now, or contact our Development Director Emily Conrad if you’d like to discuss more specific ways that you can support our students and help our community to further our mission.

 

 

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