It is the goal of the Program to fund every student by graduate assistantships or fellowships throughout the course of graduate study. Tuition is waived for graduate students on assistantships and some fellowships.
M.S. student stipends are typically $16,098/year. Graduate student assistantships for Program students are typically:
Ph.D. students are typically supported by a teaching assistantship during the first two years of graduate study; these stipends are typically $23,456 per calendar year, including graduate tuition waiver. Subsequent years are typically funded as a research assistant through the faculty advisor’s research grants and contracts. PhD students are encouraged to apply for fellowships from the National Science Foundation’s Graduate Research Fellowship program, the National Institutes of Health, the American Association of Physicists in Medicine, or other sources.