Financial Assistance-Graduate Education - Carnegie Mellon University

Financial Assistance

Cost: Tuition and Fees

Graduate student tuition and fees vary by degree program and by school or college. To get the best estimate visit the specific school or college of choice.

Graduate Student Financial Assistance

The HUB provides New Graduate Student Enrollment and Finance Information.

For information on departmental scholarships, grants, stipends, assistantships, and fellowships, contact the academic department you plan to attend to find out what is available. The department will also be able to discuss the requirements of these programs.

Emergency Student Loan service is available to students for academic supplies, medication, Food or other unforseeable circumstances.  Applications are processed by the Office of the Dean of Student Affairs.

Graduate students (with the exception of The Heinz School and Tepper School of Business) should contact an Assistant Director - College Contact in The HUB with additional questions.

Office of the Assistant Vice Provost for Graduate Education

Contact: Suzie Laurich-McIntyre / 412-268-7307 /

Location: 533 Warner Hall

The Office of the Assistant Vice Provost for Graduate Education administers three types of professional development funding for graduate students university-wide. Conference Funding and GuSH Research Funding are supported by the Graduate Student Assembly (GSA) and the Provost's Office.

  1. Conference Funding awards, $500 per student, provide the means for graduate students to 1) make presentations at key conferences/exhibitions in their fields or 2) simply attend conferences and learn about the broader field of study to which they belong.
  2. GuSH Research Funding awards, $750 per student, defray costs incurred in the completion of research required for a graduate degree at Carnegie Mellon.

Application guidelines and deadlines are available for each funding opportunity through the links on the right.

The Fellowships and Scholarships Office               

The Fellowships and Scholarships Office website is an excellent source of information on a wide variety of fellowships and scholarships.

The services of the FSO—advising and application help--are open only to graduate students who are interested in applying for the Fulbright U.S. Student Program.

For more information, please visit the Fellowships and Scholarships Office website.


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