Tuition and Scholarships

Applicants to the Holocaust and Genocide Studies master's program are eligible to apply for both University and Program-sponsored scholarships.


Graduate students (left to right) Danielle Dorta, Kate MacIntyre-Blaha, Walter McGee, Jaime Boszko, Rebecca Scott, and Paul Friedman

PROGRAM SCHOLARSHIPS

  • Hannah Senesh Humanitarian Fellowship
  • Senator Raymond J. Lesniak Scholarship in Holocaust and Genocide Studies
  • Graduate Assistantship
  • Dedicated Fulbright Fellowships for degree candidates electing the dual masters degree option (MA/LLM) at the UK’s University of Leicester School of Law

UNIVERSITY SCHOLARSHIPS

Students in the Holocaust and Genocide Studies program are eligible for several Kean University Foundation scholarships:

  • Graduate and Part-time Student Council Scholarships
  • Academic Achievement Scholarships
  • Nathan Weiss Graduate College Scholarship
  • Andrea Abramson Memorial Scholarship
  • Leonard Andres Memorial Scholarship
  • Daniel J. Gallo Memorial Scholarship
  • Leo Kantrowitz Memorial Scholarship
  • Charles Longacre Scholarship
  • Esther McDevitt Memorial Scholarship
  • Dubnick Scholarship for Single Mothers with Dependent Children
  • June Moss Handler Endowed Scholarship in Early Childhood and Family Studies

For information on scholarships sponsored by Kean University, please click here.
For information on Kean University's tuition and fees, please click here.

Questions? Contact Dr. Dennis Klein, director, at dklein@kean.edu