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Admissions

Information about planning a visit to campus, the admissions process, application deadlines, requirements & policies and more can be found on our Office Graduate Admissions' website.

Tuition and Financial Aid

The Graduate School of Arts and Sciences (GSAS) provides resources to departments to offer, on average, a half tuition scholarship to each accepted student. Students who receive half scholarships pay tuition for the first year and not the second. Students can be accepted with full tuition scholarship or with none. The GSAS also provides a fund to departments to offer stipends to graduate students for teaching assistantships. The Music department typically offers annual stipend amounts ranging from $3000 to $6000 as compensation for graduate student teaching assignments. These funds are separate from tuition scholarships. Some students do not receive teaching assignments, especially in the first semester of the program. Assignments are made according to interest/concentration and ability, and according to departmental needs.

Visit the Graduate School of Arts and Sciences' website for more information about tuition and financial aid.