You’re going to do amazing things, and we want to help you. That’s why Future Generations University is committed to making our Master’s degree and other programs as achievable and affordable as possible. Our offerings are priced significantly lower than the global average for similar programs, and we also offer an array of financial aid opportunities.

Together, we’re creating a world where future generations can enjoy a livable, locally-owned, and collectively-grown future.

Application Deadlines
Class of 2020. January 4, 2019
Class of 2021.   July 1, 2019

Tuition, Fees & Financial Aid

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Tuition & Fees

Admitted Students
Cost Per Credit Hour (As of 7/1/19) $500
Independent Study
Cost per Credit hour $330
Prior Learning Assessment Fees
Cost per Credit hour $165
Optional Residential Travel (Estimated) $2,000
Certificate$150

We’re committed to educating individuals working to spark something new in their lives and in the lives of others. To help the greatest number possible achieve this, Future Generations University offers limited, needs-based scholarship to qualifying individuals who demonstrate dedication and how their receipt of financial assistance would benefit their work. Institutional scholarship is limited and competitive, so those interested in applying for it are encouraged to do so early.

The financial aid process begins following admission to the program, at which time our financial aid experts guide admitted students through the process of applying for loans, grants, and scholarships.

US students are eligible for US Federal Student Loan programs. Students may also use their AmeriCorps and Coverdell funding, if applicable.

Funding for US Volunteer / Service Programs

AmeriCorps

AmeriCorps volunteers can complete 2 years of service in West Virginia and earn a master’s degree at the same time. Your West Virginia “host” organization will serve as your primary classroom where academic work is practiced through professional application. Volunteers are eligible for significant savings by applying your Segal educational award(s) to the tuition.

Click here to learn about the program

Coverdell

Returned Peace Corps Volunteers who have served their full two-year tour are eligible for this special funding opportunity! Special exception is granted for “early close of service,” “interrupted service,” or medical separation. If a part of Peace Corps Response and Global Health Service Partnership, volunteers must have served a total of 12 months, either on one tour or a combination of tours.

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WORLD SCOUTS

Your commitment to Scouts is already changing lives and strengthening communities. With a Master’s degree in Applied Community Change from Future Generations University, you can create even more positive impact. This focus of the Leadership & Development specialization has been designed just for you to help you achieve your goals as a leader for change.

Click here to learn about the program.

Federal Financial Aid Available to US Students

US Federal Aid – FAFSA

Helping students manage money and financial goals

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More information on federal aid programs.

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Adolphus Dupley (Class of 2015), Liberia

Future Generations University provides one of the best opportunities for graduate education on the globe today. One can really come out of the program as an international caliber change agent

Adolphus Dupley (Class of 2015), Liberia
2018-04-26T09:29:19+00:00
Future Generations University provides one of the best opportunities for graduate education on the globe today. One can really come out of the program as an international caliber change agent Adolphus Dupley (Class of 2015), Liberia

Sabina Carlson (Class of 2013), Haiti

Most of us have had this experience where the professors and the books have the knowledge. Here we're introduced to the situation where the community has the knowledge and we're learning from the community.
The professors are simply facilitating.

Sabina Carlson (Class of 2013), Haiti
2018-04-26T09:34:18+00:00
Most of us have had this experience where the professors and the books have the knowledge. Here we're introduced to the situation where the community has the knowledge and we're learning from the community. The professors are simply facilitating. Sabina Carlson (Class of 2013), Haiti

Kristen Baskin (Class of 2009) USA

Future Generations taught me not to fear any kind of success - instead to collect the successes and walk forward with our community, keeping it going

Kristen Baskin (Class of 2009) USA
2018-04-26T09:36:28+00:00
Future Generations taught me not to fear any kind of success - instead to collect the successes and walk forward with our community, keeping it going Kristen Baskin (Class of 2009) USA