Financial Aid

Master's Degree in Technical Entrepreneurship
Financial Aid

A limited number of partial tuition (up to 50%) scholarships is available through the Technical Entrepreneurship professional master’s degree program. Scholarships are awarded for academic merit and/or exceptional entrepreneurship experiences, based on the strength of applicant's personal statement and proposed project. To be considered for a scholarship, complete the financial aid form portion of the online program application (check the box indicating your interest). Only completed applications received by February 15 will be considered for scholarships. For information about TE scholarships: Marsha Wender Timmerman, program director,, (610) 758-4770.


Graduate students who are U.S. citizens may apply for low-interest government loans. For information about financial aid through loans: Tami Bauder, assistant director of Financial Aid,, (610) 758-3181. 

Other Funding Opportunities:

Over the course of the TE program, many students choose to apply to various funding opportunities through different startup weekends, pitch competitions, or other entrepreneurial events. Students are able to leverage the resources of over 50 different programs and organizations that are part of Lehigh’s entrepreneurship ecosystem to help them further their venture and refine their pitch. Although participation in any competition is optional, and funding not guaranteed, we have seen many TE students succeed in winning pitch competitions that include funding and various in-kind prizes.


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