The Department of Psychology supports graduate students who are making satisfactory progress throughout the first five years of study. We will follow this practice in future years to the extent that available resources permit.

Financial support comes in the form of fellowships, scholarships, traineeships, teaching and research assistantships, and out-of-state tuition grants. Students are expected to seek and apply for fellowships and scholarships for which they are eligible. In many cases, students receive additional summer support as teaching or research assistants.

TAs and RAs appointed for at least 25% time are eligible for a fee remission, which includes the Graduate Student Health Insurance fee.

Tuition grants for non-resident fees are available to qualified out-of-state graduate students for the first year only; students are expected to establish residency by the end of their first year.

International students will be supported presuming timely and satisfactory progress in the program.