BLOOMINGTON, Ind. - The Indiana University Paul H. O’Neill School of Public and Environmental Affairs and Washington and Lee University are proud to announce a new partnership that will give Washington and Lee graduates a unique opportunity to pursue a graduate education with one of the nation’s premier schools of public affairs.
Through the newly formed Washington and Lee + O’Neill Partnership, qualified Washington and Lee University graduates are eligible to receive an application fee waiver, with admitted students awarded a 25 percent tuition reduction toward their program of choice.
“Education is the key to unlocking students’ potential,” said O’Neill School Dean Siân Mooney. “A master's degree from the O’Neill School not only opens doors to diverse career opportunities but also equips graduates with the knowledge and skills needed to address the pressing challenges of our time. It is a passport to a world of impactful public service and environmental stewardship.”
The O’Neill School offers top-ranked curriculum areas and the #1 MPA Program in the nation with graduate programs that include:
- Master of Public Affairs (residential or online)
- Master of Arts in Arts Administration
- Master of Science in Environmental Science
- Master of Environmental Sustainability
- Master of Science in Healthcare Management (hybrid or online only program)
- Master of International Affairs
- Master of Public Affairs-Master of Science in Environmental Science Dual Degree
- Master of Public Affairs-Master of Arts in Arts Administration Dual Degree
“Washington and Lee students strive to lead lives of consequence and are well-equipped to serve as strong leaders who make an impact in their communities. This partnership with the O’Neill School of Public and Environmental Affairs is a rich opportunity for our graduates to foster and grow the skills needed to build successful and meaningful careers that drive positive change,” said Molly Steele, dean of career and professional development at W&L.
Washington and Lee + O’Neill Partnership recipients must have completed an undergraduate degree from Washington and Lee University and meet O’Neill School admissions requirements, including strong academic performance, a demonstrated commitment to service and a record of involvement and leadership both on campus and in the community.