- Tuition Offering
- Dependent on program
- Living Expense Offering
- Stipend for doctoral students of $33,475 to $40,000, according to program, on a 12-month basis for up to five years; Stipend for master's students of $20,000 on a 9-month basis
- Health Insurance Offering
- Full coverage of the University's health insurance premium cost
- Fellowship Overview
Each year approximately fifteen entering doctoral and master's students are named Deans' Fellows, in recognition of outstanding performance in undergraduate studies and notable promise in graduate studies and professional life. Deans' Fellowships are open to U.S. citizens or permanent residents in any division of the Graduate School who are first-generation, low-income college students and/or who are African American, Asian American, Hawaiian/Pacific Islander, Hispanic, or Native American. Participants in Ronald E. McNair programs across the United States will automatically satisfy these eligibility requirements. Deans' Fellows receive stipends that are significantly higher than the standard University stipend. Doctoral students named Deans' Fellows receive a 12-month $33,475 stipend (or more in some departments); master's students receive a 9-month $20,000 stipend. Tuition scholarship support varies by program, and is awarded by the program.