Applications to graduate programs in the Department of Earth, Marine and Environmental Sciences should be submitted by the proper deadline to receive full consideration for special fellowships.
- The 2021-2022 annual graduate student stipend consists of:
- $24,500 annualized salary
- Approximately $3,399 worth of health insurance
- Tuition between approximately $2,410.75 and $13,427, depending on the number of credits taken and in-state residency status
- Student fees are covered by the graduate school, department or the student advisor (approximately $987 per semester)
- Supplements and special fellowships are awarded to incoming students on the basis of academic achievement and promise
- The majority of first year students are supported as teaching assistants (TA)
- In Marine Sciences, the majority of first-year students are supported as teaching assistants (TA), and beyond the first year most students are supported as research assistants (RA) on external funding provided by their advisor.
- In Geological Sciences, most students are supported on combinations of teaching assistantships (TA) and research assistantships (RA) per availability of funding.