Ph.D.

Support is typically in the form of assistant instructorships or research assistantships. We do our best to provide tuition waivers and a yearly stipend to support those students who meet our admissions criteria and have overlapping research interests with available mentors in the department. You are encouraged to describe your teaching and research experiences in your application, as this is likely to maximize your chances of receiving a funding offer.

Admissions to the Department of Speech, Hearing and Language Sciences follows the admissions and financial aid procedures of the University Graduate School.

Graduate research grants

Research grants of up to $500 are available for graduate students working collaboratively with a Speech, Hearing and Language Sciences faculty member on a research project. These grants are open to all SPHS majors with a minimum of a 3.0 GPA, without regard to honors status.

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