The department offers a financial package that funds the five years that a student is in the graduate program. This support package combines Research Fellowships and Graduate Student Instructor (GSI) positions for a total of 5 years of support. Both Research Fellowships and GSI Positions include tuition coverage in the Fall and Winter terms, a stipend or salary, and health insurance.
As a Research Fellow, students engage in their own research and research in collaboration with their faculty mentor in Psychology. As a Graduate Student Instructor, the student is employed to work with a faculty member in teaching a course. The financial offer is equivalent for all students admitted into any of the six areas of psychology with a few differences for students in the Clinical Science Area.
Clinical Science Program
Additional Funding Sources
Rackham Funding Sources
Other Funding and Awards
Graduate Student Instructors
For more information, interested students should consult with Psychology Student Academic Affairs, the Rackham School of Graduate Studies, or the Office of Financial Aid.
Psychology Student Academic Affairs
530 Church Street
Ann Arbor, MI 48109–1043