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Graduate Program | Funding

Current information about educational costs and financial support for graduate students at Indiana University is available from the Office of Student Financial Assistance Web.

In the Department of Telecommunications, successful applicants to the PhD program may expect guaranteed funding support as a Student Academic Appointee for four years. This will cover the costs of tuition as well as pay a stipend for living costs. Typical positions include Associate Instructor or Research Assistant.

Applicants to MS and MA programs may receive up to two years of guaranteed funding support as a Student Academic Appointee. The decision is based on merit and available department resources.

Students who do not receive the above funding guarantees may occasionally receive support as Student Academic Appointees, as hourly employees, or through departmental or university fellowships, as needs and resources dictate. Such funding cannot be guaranteed.

For additional information about funding and fellowships, please visit the University Graduate School website.