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Martin School Funding

Research, Teaching and Graduate Assistantships cover tuition, health insurance, and pay a stipend which varies depending on the department. Students wishing to be considered for assistantships and fellowships should submit a Funding Interest Form when they apply. Assistantships are awarded as part of the application process and the deadline to apply for fall funding is February 15.  Please be aware that Graduate School fellowships may have an earlier deadline (see below). 

Other units which have funded Martin School students in the past 5 years:


Fellowships are available on a competitive basis. Master's students interested in competitive fellowships will need to submit a Funding Interest Form when they apply and are encouraged to contact the Student Affairs Officer as early as possible. 


Graduate tuition rates and student fees can be found on the registrar's website. A full-time, traditional student can anticipate 4 semesters of graduate tuition. At current rates one semester of full time in-state tuition is $6,526.

Students of the Online Graduate Certificate program will pay the in-state tuition rate of $693 per credit hour ($4,158 per semester). 

Office of Student Financial Aid & Scholarships

Graduate students are eligible for $20,500 in unsubsidized loans per academic year.

Have questions regarding financial aid options or refunds?