Financial Support

All students admitted into the the Department of Psychology’s Graduate Program will receive a scholarship which covers the cost of tuition. In addition, all students will receive basic health insurance and a teaching stipend to cover other fees and living expenses.

In order to receive the teaching stipend, the student is typically expected to work 15 hours per week as a teaching fellow for an undergraduate psychology course. The amount of the stipend is determined by the Graduate School of Arts and Sciences; current stipend amounts may be seen on their Financial Support webpage (new window). Students are also eligible for Research Assistantships on faculty research grants, which may help support them during the summer months.