Completed applications submitted by the deadline of December 31st will be considered for the full range of fellowships and assistantships. Applicants to the graduate program are automatically considered for departmental funding. No separate application or additional information is required.
The sociology program offers financial support in the form of a teaching assistantship (TA), a research assistantship (RA), or a fellowship on a competitive basis to qualified students.
*It is our current policy that ALL admitted students to the department are funded in one of the above manners*.
This financial support includes a monthly stipend, a waiver of tuition, and health care. Stipend amounts are determined by the College of Liberal Arts or the Graduate School.
More information regarding fellowship opportunities and additional Purdue University funding sources is available on the Graduate School website.
Information regarding student loans is available from the Purdue Division of Financial Aid.