What is the Expected Family Contribution (EFC)?

The Expected Family Contribution refers to the amount you're expected to contribute to tuition and/or related expenses, as determined by the FAFSA application process. The remaining balance becomes your financial need. We determine your eligibility for US federal financial aid based on this formula: Cost of Attendence - Expected Family Contribution = Need. Read more about eligibility requirements.

Will I be eligible for other Monterey Institute scholarships?

All admitted applicants to the Monterey Institute are considered for merit-based scholarships.  These awards generally range from $4,000 to $14,000.  Since the maximum scholarship offering is less than the Yellow Ribbon GI Education Enhancement Program, admitted veterans will be considered for the Yellow Ribbon program first.  Merit scholarships will be forfeited if a student opts to take Yellow Ribbon benefits.

Am I eligible for the Yellow Ribbon Program?

You may be eligible if you have served an aggregate period of active duty after September 10, 2001 of at least 36 months, have been honorably discharged from active duty or for a service related disability with 30 consecutive days after September 10, 2001, or are a dependant eligible for Transfer of Entitlement under the Post-9/11 GI Bill based on a veteran’s service under the eligibility criteria.

Can currently enrolled Monterey Institute students apply to the Betty and David Jones Scholarship?

No. Only new applicants to Monterey Institute degree programs may apply for the Betty and David Jones Language Scholarships. Current Monterey Institute students may apply directly to Middlebury Language Schools for the summer language programs.

Who is eligible for IPSS?

This program is for highly motivated, academically prepared, and well qualified students that display exceptional commitment to their academic work and have proven interests in working at an international governmental or nongovernmental organization.

All students enrolled in the International Policy Studies, International Environmental Policy, Nonproliferation and Terrorism Studies, and Public Administration graduate degree programs are eligible to apply.

What are the application requirements? Am I eligible?

If you are an enrolled Monterey Institute student, you may simply fill out the online application and submit it electronically. Additional materials are required of non Monterey Institute students, including a personal statement, resume or CV, and an unofficial transcript.

Participants who have completed at least two years of undergraduate work, and have a demonstrated interest in international development are welcomed to apply to the DPMI training. This program is for junior professionals, career-changers, advanced undergraduates, and graduate students.

Am I eligible?

To be eligible, applicants must have:

What are the application requirements? Am I eligible?

If you are an enrolled Monterey Institute student, you may simply fill out the application and submit it electronically. All other participants submit the application form with a resume, recent transcript, and statement of purpose attached.

Participants who have completed at least two years of undergraduate work, and have a demonstrated interest in conservation and environmental issues are welcomed to apply. This program is for junior professionals, advanced undergraduates, and graduate students.

What is the Expected Family Contribution (EFC)?

The Expected Family Contribution refers to the amount you're expected to contribute to tuition and/or related expenses, as determined by the FAFSA application process. The remaining balance becomes your financial need. We determine your eligibility for US federal financial aid based on this formula: Cost of Attendence - Expected Family Contribution = Need. Read more about eligibility requirements.