There are no MAT degree scholarships or out-of-state tuition waivers at this time. Scholarship information can be found on the Graduate Studies website. All on campus employment opportunities are handled through the Financial Aid Office. It is not recommended that an MAT student work full time. A part-time job may be possible as long as it does not interfere with classroom or clinical experience hours.
Some students may qualify for a Graduate Teaching/Research Assistantship (GTRA) position once enrolled in the MAT program. GTRAs are either a cash stipend or a tuition waiver for up to nine graduate credits per academic semester that is awarded by the individual graduate program and Truman State University. GTRAs are available during the academic year (August-May).
Some students may qualify for the Midwest Student Exchange Program (MSEP), which reduces out-of-state tuition to 150 of the in-state tuition rate.