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Most Ph.D. students applying for admission to the programs in the Graduate School–New Brunswick are provided with one to five years of support at the time of an offer of admission. The forms of support include fellowships, teaching assistantships, graduate research assistantships, or a combination of these. All of these forms of support include remission of tuition. Teaching and research assistantships also provide remission of student fees and health benefits. To be considered for these forms of support, apply directly to the graduate program of interest.
The Graduate School hosts competitive fellowship opportunities for Ph.D. students.
The Graduate School–New Brunswick also participates in competitive nationwide training opportunities for Ph.D. students. Open to U.S. citizens and permanent residents.
National Science Foundation IGERT (Integrative Graduate Education, Research, and Training grants)
Department of Education GAANN (Graduate Assistance in Areas of National Need)
National Institutes of Health Training Grants
Graduate students in all programs who are U.S. students and permanent residents may apply for grants, loans, and part-time employment by completing the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA). Need-based aid must be requested by March 15 for the subsequent fall term.