The College of Nursing is committed to provide funding opportunities for our PhD students. Some available funding options include University and Enrichment Fellowships, as well as funding from the federal government, such as our NIH training grant (T32). We also participate in the Robert Wood Johson Foundation (RWJF) Future of Nursing Scholars program, which currently funds two PhD students for three years of full-time study. The Jonas Foundation currently funds two PhD students at dissertation level. Additionally, our students have been successful at obtaining pre-doctoral individual Kirschstein National Research Service Awards (F31s) from the National Institute of Nursing Research for doctoral study. Other organizational and university or college funding for dissertation expenses is possible to obtain, and the college awards a number of student scholarships. Funding from various sources may be available for students if their research goals and objectives are a good fit for the source of funding.
fellowships offered through the Graduate School
faculty nominate eligible students for University and Enrichment Fellowships