Graduate school is an investment in your future and in your success as a researcher and professional in your chosen field. Financial support for students in our graduate program is generous. Support may be in the form of a teaching assistantship, fellowship, or grant. Our students also receive a stipend, fee remission (tuition waiver), and health insurance. In 2018, the value of the fee remission was over $35,000 for non-residents. All of our students are guaranteed full support for five years as long as they are in good academic standing.
Students in the Mechanisms of Behavior track are potentially eligible for fellowships through the Center for the Integrative Study of Animal Behavior (CISAB) or the NIH-funded Common Themes in Reproductive Diversity (CTRD) training grant. Students in the Developmental Psychology track may be interested in applying for the Developmental Training Grant.