Most doctoral students in the College of Arts and Sciences receive financial support in the form of student academic appointments, fellowships, fee remissions, or other awards. Many master’s students receive partial support as well.
When you apply for admission to a graduate program in the College, you are automatically considered for student academic appointments and fellowships in the department or program in which you will pursue your degree. All support is contingent on you continuing to make adequate progress toward your degree.
Stipends or wages earned for employment or as part of fellowships may be taxable. We encourage you to check with the Internal Revenue Service for details.Learn about student academic appointments
Learn about fellowships and other awards