Scholarship awards for Dartmouth's Master of Health Administration degree program are made possible through the generosity of alumni, corporations, and nonprofit foundations. The MHA scholarship and aid committee strives to meet the needs of each student, however, the program has limited scholarship funds and we cannot project a percentage of tuition or dollar amount for prospective students. 

Each admitted student will be offered a scholarship application that will help the committee understand both the financial need and the contributions the student will bring to the MHA community.  Scholarship awards will be based on a combination of merit and need.   

To search for outside scholarships, these resources are available:, and

Federal Student Loans

To apply for federal student loan eligibility, all students need to complete the following two steps:

1) File the FAFSA. Dartmouth's school code is 002573

2) Submit the Dartmouth College Graduate Student Financial Aid Application 

We need both forms to generate the official loan award package. The application process can be found on Dartmouth's Graduate Student Financial Aid website

Federal loans are available to U.S. citizens enrolled at least half-time and making satisfactory progress in a degree program. Federal financial aid to graduate students is available through the Federal Direct Loan program and the Federal Graduate PLUS Loan program. Graduate students who are citizens or permanent residents are eligible to borrow up to the full cost of attendance with federal student loans.