Prospective Students

You will receive a fellowship package based on your area of study. Students in the humanities and social sciences, for instance, are eligible to receive any of the fellowships listed under that heading.

In order to receive their fellowship in a timely manner, doctoral students should be sure to accept their financial aid in CUNYfirst and register as full-time (7 credits or WIUS. Audit credits do not count towards full-time enrollment for financial aid purposes). International student should also be sure to keep their Sprintax TDS information updated. For more information, please review our "How to Get Paid" cheatsheets for continuing students and continuing international students.

Tuition fellowships will cover up to 16 credits per semester and do not cover the cost of audited classes. In many cases, fellowships will not cover out-of-state tuition costs after your first year. Read the FAQ page for more information on how to establish residency.

Students in the Humanities and Social Sciences

Graduate Center Fellowship (GCF)
Five-Year Tuition Fellowship
Miranda Family Fellowship

Students in Computer Science, Earth and Environmental Sciences, Psychology, Mathematics, and Speech-Language-Hearing Sciences

Graduate Center Fellowship (GCF)
Five-Year Tuition Fellowship
Science Fellowship
Clare Booth Luce Fellowship

Students in Biochemistry, Biology, Chemistry, and Physics

CUNY Science Scholarship (CSS)

Students in Neuroscience

Neuroscience Fellowship

 Audiology, Nursing, and Social Welfare

Unfortunately, students in these programs do not qualify for our five year fellowships, but may receive alternative sources of funding. Contact your program for details.

Students from Underrepresented Groups

Five-Year Provost's Enhancement Fellowship
James Bruce Llewellyn Fellowship for Minority Students
Harrison Awards

Other Graduate Center Support

University Fellowships (Non-Service and Service)
In-State Tuition Awards
Graduate Assistantships A,B,C, and D