Funding Opportunities

The Ph.D. program offers four years of funding through Graduate Assistantships (research or teaching) that provide stipends, health insurance, and tuition. These assistantships ensure that doctoral students receive an educational experience in both faculty supervised research activities and teaching.

A limited number of School of Social Work fellowships for doctoral student research and travel support are listed below.

Learn more about external funding opportunities at the Office of Research and Scholarship page.