- Students who are admitted are eligible to receive a full package of tuition support and stipend for up to five years of full-time study.
- Students are highly encouraged to apply for extramural and intramural funding.
- The program will also provide year-round student health insurance.
- Domestic and international graduate students receive full remission of instructional, general, and campus life fees for each academic year for up to five years of study
- The 12-month stipend in the Systems Biology and Physiology Program for academic year 2017–18 is $30,000. (This compares favorably with the NIH predoctoral stipend set at $23,844 in FY2017.) Students are encouraged to seek additional fellowships and will receive supplemental stipend amounts equal to 15 percent of the external funding that directly supports the stipend, with a maximum of $2,000/year, if successful.
- Financial support is available to travel to scientific meetings
- Graduate school governance association (up to $400)
- The Kline endowment provides travel support for conferences and workshops (up to $500 per academic year)
- Additional funds may be available through individual fellowships
- Students in good standing receive tuition, health insurance and stipend for up to five years of full-time study or until they accumulate a minimum of 90 graduate credit hours. After these limitations are reached, continued support is at the discretion of the student’s research advisor and dissertation committee