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Student Funding

Tuition costs increase annually. To estimate how much it will cost you to complete the CFT program, visit the Registrar's Tuition & Fees, and select resident or non-resident, and Graduate (Education, Masters Clinical Sciences). Students are usually registered for 13-16 credit hours, and the program is usually completed in 7-8 quarter terms.

Below is a list of potential financial resources. The links to scholarships have at least one that is available to Master’s graduate students. If you know of other links that you think should be added to this list, please send your suggestions to the CFT student services coordinator.

International Student Resources

College of Education Support

  • COE Scholarships  (due January 30)
    To apply for support from Eugene Therapy, as well as other available scholarships at the College of Education, please refer to the application process page. The application process is competitive and is due annually on February 1.

Eugene Therapy is proud to provide scholarship support to CFT students who qualify. Our group practice was founded on the principles learned in the couples and family therapy program and we are pleased to support the program's development of the next generation of exceptional systemic therapists.

  • COE GTFs (graduate teaching fellowships, fall positions posted in April or later)

University Support

External Funding Sources