Assistantships / Stipends
A limited number of teaching and research assistantships are available. Stipends vary with the nature of service and the amount of time required. Approximately 66% of graduate students pay in-state tuition. Additional information is available from the individual programs.
Financial aid is available to US citizens and permanent visa holders. Students attending on an F or J visa are not eligible for financial aid. Additional information and applications are available from the Student Aid Office.
The Konrad and Clara Lux Trust provides two $2,500 scholarships per year to clinical graduate students. All students in clinical certificate programs are eligible to apply for one of the scholarships regardless of citizenship. Applications are due September 1 each year. Students are notified that they have been selected and receive a check in January. All of the following points are considered to have equal importance in the selection process: scholarship, need, self-help, activities and civic deportment.
Individual clinical departments may have scholarships available. Additional information is available from the program directors.