Qualified doctoral and thesis master’s students often receive departmental stipends of $21,000-$30,000 per year to cover living expenses. That means you can earn your Ph.D. and get paid for it. Stipend and/or tuition support is also available in some master’s programs.
The tuition for full-time graduate students entering in the 2019-2020 academic year is $46,600. Students that receive departmental stipends or secure a competitive external fellowship are typically offered full-tuition support. For students enrolling in Architecture, Shepherd School of Music, and Professional Master's programs, tuition for the 2019-2020 academic year is $31,000-$54,000.
After ten semesters of full-time study in one degree program (excluding the summer semesters), continuing students are eligible for a reduced tuition rate. The reduced rate, like standard rate, varies by department/program
Please see the Cashier’s website for tuition rate in specific degree programs.
Annual fees are $583 for 2018-2019. Additional information regarding fees, including a breakdown of what your fees support, can be found on the Cashier's website. For traditional master's and doctoral students, the majority of this fee goes to support health and wellness support services, and the Graduate Student Association.
All graduate students are required to have health insurance. Additional information regarding health insurance and the doctoral medical insurance subsidy can be found on the Student Health Insurance website.
In addition to the merit-based aid described above, the Office of Financial Aid offers need-based aid in the form of loans to graduate students who are U.S. citizens, permanent residents, or refugees.