Students typically receive financial support throughout their graduate education in some form. A special application for financial assistance is not required. In-state and out-of-state tuition waivers typically accompany financial assistance awards, as well as stipends from assistantships or fellowships.
The following types of assistantships are offered by the department:
- Involve laboratory work, running subjects, analyzing data, etc.
- Typically require 10-20 hours of work/week
- Funding provided by individual faculty grants
- Available to first year students
- Activities include supporting faculty and teaching assistants with grading, proctoring exams, etc.
- Available to students starting their second year
- Involves classroom instruction
- Students teach either laboratory courses or lecture courses
Community Agency Placements
- Available to Clinical students starting their second year
- Supervision at practicum site by psychologists approve by faculty
- Placements are varied; racial and ethnic minorities and socioeconomic statuses are represented
Department nominated (students do not need to apply for these)
- Fellows Society Adelaide Wilson Fellowship
- Legacy Fellowship
- Leslie N. Wilson-Delores Auzenne Assistantship for Minorities
- Information about these fellowships can be found here