MiT Costs and Financial Aid

In addition to being an affordable Master’s program, financial aid is available to help you cover the costs of your degree.

Program Costs

Current tuition rates and student fees can be found on the Financial Services site.

See Registration and Records for information about establishing or documenting residency. ​

 Cost
Total Fees$705
Internal Fees 
Community Based Experience Fee$25.00
Student Teaching Fee$200.00
Graduation Fee$25.00
External Fees* 
Washington State Patrol identification and criminal history check$81.00
Application for teacher certificate$74.00
Teacher Preformance Assessment (edTPA)$300.00

*fees are subject to change. Please contact the appropriate agency for current costs 

Financial Aid

We aim to support all students with financial need.  We offer loans, grants, scholarships, awards, tuition waivers, and work-study positions that can help offset the cost of tuition. 

Most aid is need-based and requires filing the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) on the Financial Aid Website, where you can also find information on student loans and other types of aid.

Evergreen’s financial aid priority deadline is July 1, meaning your official FAFSA must be received AND processed by the Federal Processor no later than July 1. Your FAFSA cannot be rejected by the Processor for any reason to be considered official, and must include Evergreen’s school code 008155

While FAFSA forms can be filled out after July 1, applicants may not qualify for as much aid as on-time filers. 

MiT sponsored Scholarships, Awards, Work-study

  • You must complete the FAFSA to be considered for any need-based aid.  Not all MiT aid is need-based. 

  • Complete the MiT Financial Assistance Application form to be considered for any of the following types of aid.

  • Each award has its own requirements for specific materials, such as a letter of intent, resume, or letters of recommendation. Click on the title of each award for complete details about that award's criteria and documentation to submit.  

 

TitleCriteria

AmeriCorps Education Award

Amount: Up to one quarter of resident tuition ​

Commitment to community service through documented participation with AmeriCorps. 

Evergreen Foundation Graduate Awards 

Amount: Approx. $8,750 distributed among new and current students 

Commitment to a career in teaching. 

Graduate Assistantship

Amount: Up to $2,000 

Working with MiT staff to complete program projects. 

Hearst Endowment Award for Future Native American Teachers 

Amount: Up to two-thirds tuition dependent on number of qualified applicants 

Commitment to a Native American community and the education of Native American youth. American Indian, Alaskan Native, or Hawaiian Native heritage identified on MiT application. 

Judge Fuller Graduate Fellowship 

Amount: $1,445 

MiT student with past experience and future plans related to helping young children living in or near poverty conditions. 

Martinez Fellowship Program

The Martinez Fellowship Program, offered in partnership with Technology Access Foundation (TAF), is an opportunity for candidates of color to network and collaborate with other teachers of color in a trusted community.  Fellows will have access to high quality professional development offerings and financial aid. 

The following criteria is necessary to qualify as a Martinez Fellowship candidate: 

  • Admission to the MiT program 

  • Identify ethnicity as a person of color (other than Caucasian) 

  • Demonstrate a commitment to social justice 

  • Willingness to sign a contract agreeing to (1) teach for 3 years in a Washington public school (preferably in a diverse, high-needs school) and (2) participate in Martinez Fellowship Program networking and professional development opportunities 

  • Demonstration of financial need (preferred) 

Read the Martinez Fellowship program description (PDF). Initial applications are managed internally. All applicants must submit the following materials:​

  • Essay (2-page limit, typed), addressing these topics:

     

     

     

    • As a Martinez Fellow, you will have access to a vibrant community of educators/leaders of color. What will it mean to you personally and professionally to become a Martinez Fellow? 

    • Describe an experience where you gained a deeper understanding of your cultural identity. How will this moment impact you as a professional educator? 

  • Current resume

Funding for Military Veterans and Families

Evergreen’s Veterans Resource Center offers financial aid information for veterans and their families. In addition, veterans who apply to MiT may have their application fee waived.