Funding Opportunities

Financial support for Informatics graduate students

Attending graduate school is an investment in your future. The Luddy School of Informatics, Computing, and Engineering and the Department of Informatics strives to provide partial financial support to admitted students.

What does it cost to get your degree from the Department of Informatics?

Curious about what you will pay to get an informatics degree? Find out about tuition and fees in Luddy.

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Funding for master’s students

All completed applications that are reviewed by the admissions review committee are considered for financial awards which Informatics may be offering. If you are offered admission, your admit letter will detail the financial award, if any. 

Every year we have limited funds to distribute.  Depending on the number of applications received and the competitiveness of those applications determines the number of financial awards. 

Funding, if awarded, may take the form of a 10-hour-per week appointment for duties within the School of Informatics, Computing, and Engineering, a fellowship award, and/or a travel award. 

If students are awarded a 10-hour-per week appointment, students are required to fulfill their appointment responsibilities of grading finals and other administrative duties through the end of finals week for both the fall and spring semesters. Failure to fulfill the appointment responsibilities may result in termination of the appointment.