Our goal is to make graduate study affordable to all qualified candidates. Whether you are a PhD student or studying for a master’s degree, the dedicated staff of the Office of Financial Aid can help you develop a plan that enables you to secure the resources necessary to pursue your graduate education.

The Graduate School of Arts and Sciences offers a comprehensive program of financial support, including grants and fellowships from internal and external sources, traineeships, teaching fellowships, research assistantships, other academic employment opportunities, and several types of loans...Read more
What is a fellowship? As a GSAS student, you may be required or encouraged to find outside funding for projects and research. Fellowships can provide support for your research, travel, language study, dissertation writing, and other necessities of an academic program. Some...Read more
GSAS Policies apply to students enrolled in the Graduate School of Arts and Sciences. The Financial Aid section details the financial aid policies and procedures that apply to GSAS students, including important information about tuition and fees, funding sources, student accounts, and regulations...Read more
Frequently Asked Questions for Master’s and PhD Students regarding financial concerns and fellowships.Read more