Tuition & Financial Aid
Current tuition cost and application fees can be found here.
The Department of Pharmacology may provide financial assistance to students in the form of a yearly stipend of $24,000 that usually includes a waiver of tuition. The stipends are awarded to beginning students on a competitive basis prior to the start of the academic year.
Students awarded stipends must maintain a 3.0 average to retain their support. If a student's grade point average falls below 3.0 financial support will be withdrawn. Financial support may be reinstated when the student's grade point average is brought back to at least 3.0. Departmental stipends generally provide support for no longer than five years of full time study.
A fellowship is available from The Superior Graduate Student Training Program in “Integrative Pharmacological Sciences and Therapeutics”. It provides stipend and full tuition support for 4 years for students admitted into the Ph.D. program in the Fall Semester of 2010.
For additional Financial Aid information, you may refer to their website.
The university offers two residence halls for students. Details about these facilities can be found at the Student Housing website.