Information on costs for CCPA graduate programs is available on the University's Graduate School costs and funding webpage.
Information on costs for the CCPA undergraduate program, Human Development, is available on the University’s Undergraduate Admissions cost and aid webpage.
For detailed information on tuition and fees, visit Student Accounts.
CCPA Specific Scholarship information
Scholarships are available for both graduate and undergraduate students in the College of Community and Public Affairs. Applicants must be matriculated in CCPA or accepted for admission, be enrolled, and be in good academic standing.
These scholarships are for tuition expenses ranging from $500 to $3,000 and are awarded based on a range of criteria. Some of these scholarships are need-based — students must file the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) to be considered for these need-based scholarships. Others require a specific application or essay which are due on Wednesday, April 11th (Applications are no longer being accepted).
How to Apply - April 11th deadline (Applications are no longer being accepted).
Current students: Login @ https://binghamton.academicworks.com/with your PODS username and password.
- View recommended opportunities to see a list of scholarships for which you are eligible and may apply
- Click on the apply button
- Review the information about the scholarship and deadlines
- Click on the link to upload your essay/personal statement, where applicable
- Finish and Submit
CCPA specific scholarships - List of scholarships for which prospective students may apply
If interested in applying (where applicable) please contact email@example.com
Additional Funding for CCPA StudentsOutside scholarships
Additional funding for Public Administration Students
Additional funding for Social Work Students
Additional funding for Student Affairs Administration Students
Additional funding for Teaching, Learning and Educational Leadership Students
Latin American Partnership Fund
Awarded to matriculated undergraduate or graduate students, faculty and staff with interests in South America. Can support study abroad, research or other activities. To be eligible students must demonstrate financial need, show evidence of the application for or availability of other funds, and additional evidence of applicant's interests in Latin America (outlined in detail in the application). Contact firstname.lastname@example.org for more details.
Reeves-Ellington Study Abroad Scholarship
Awarded to matriculated graduate or undergraduate students with demonstrated interest in international study or languages. Strong consideration is given to CCPA students. Additional information is available from the Office of International Programs and Global Initiatives