Graduate Financial Assistance
Students with a high proficiency in oral German are eligible for teaching assistantships/teaching fellowships for up to five years (three years when entering with the MA).
These assistantships/fellowships consist of full tuition scholarships and living expense stipends. Aid is guaranteed for the duration of the assistantship/fellowship provided the student remains in good academic standing and makes satisfactory progress toward the degree.
Students may also apply for
- Graduate tuition scholarships
- Andrew Mellon Predoctoral Fellowships
- the Lillian B. Lawler Scholarship/Fellowship
- the Provost’s Humanities Fellowships
- the Fellowships in Cultural Studies
- and Exchange Fellowships with the Universities of Augsburg and Bonn.
A number of these fellowships are available for first-year graduate students. Interested candidates should submit their completed applications to the department by the beginning of January.