Financial Aid

Our long-term commitment to students begins with their acceptance into one of our graduate programs. More than ever, a graduate education is a significant investment in one's future, and we are concerned with attracting students as well as helping to ensure that they have the financial resources to complete their graduate study.

Financial aid is available from a number of sources and for doctoral students may include a full-tuition scholarship, a generous and competitive stipend, a Dean's Supplementary Fellowship Grant for start-up educational costs, remission of fees, and health insurance coverage. In addition to financial support, students gain valuable teaching experience.

Master's students should contact their program to see if financial aid is available. Students who receive competitive fellowships from external agencies may be eligible to apply for matching tuition awards through the Graduate School's Tuition Incentive Program.