Financial assistance is available to all incoming doctoral students at the CUNY Graduate Center through CUNY Science scholarships. CUNY Science Scholarships are five-year awards given to natural science doctoral students in the disciplines of Biochemistry, Biology, Chemistry, and Physics. Almost all students accepted to these programs receive such Science Scholarships that include full tuition waivers for domestic and foreign students, directly paid scholarships, teaching assistanships and other funds usually provided from research grants. Some full fellowship awards are also available from private sources (see Program Office for details).
For more information about CUNY Science scholarships please visit the GC/Institutional Aid site.
Additional Funding Opportunities for Graduate Students
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Descriptions (PDF format) of fellowships offered by the Office of Educational Opportunity and Diversity Programs (OEODP) at the CUNY Graduate Center may be downloaded from their website.
Research, Travel and Dissertation Support Funds
Funds are available for limited support of specific activities of full-time matriculated students who are registered during the semester for which the funds are requested. For more information, see the Student Life Resources web page.