Graduate Students | College of Health and Human Sciences
Students admitted to graduate programs in the College of Health and Human Sciences may seek funding through a variety of sources, including fellowships, assistantships, grants, loans and other financial aid. All applicants are encouraged to review these opportunities.
These first-year fellowships are managed by the graduate program director in each school or department. Applications from faculty for incoming students are due to the graduate program director by February 10. Please contact the director for more information.
Purdue Doctoral Fellowship
This first-year graduate student fellowship is managed by the graduate program director in each department or school. The fellowship is intended to enhance diversity within the graduate student body at Purdue through students’ unique backgrounds, views and experiences.
Applications from faculty for incoming students are due to the department’s or school’s graduate program director by February 10. Please contact the director for more information.
The Bilsland Dissertation Fellowship provides support to outstanding PhD candidates during the final year of their degree. Bilsland Fellows are expected to have completed all doctoral degree requirements at the conclusion of the fellowship.
Applications are due to the department’s or school’s graduate program director by February 10. For more information, please contact your graduate program director.
The Ross Fellowship is designed for the recruitment of outstanding PhD-track students to graduate programs at Purdue. Each fellowship provides a four-year award package. This award provides stipend/salary, tuition coverage and a medical insurance supplement.
The Graduate School offers additional information on funding resources.