Funding & Assistantships – General Information
The Graduate School at Purdue University provides some basic resources for learning about funding, employment, and assistantships on their Funding Financial Information page.
If you are looking for more specific information about fellowships and grants, assistantships, or loans, visit the Graduate School’s Funding Opportunities page.
Funding & Assistantships – English Department
Most graduate students in the English Department serve as Instructors for the Introductory Composition at Purdue (ICaP) program.
These assistantships typically include a full tuition waiver, eligibility for health insurance, and a 9-month stipend. Specific information about these assistantships can be obtained by contacting the department.
Additional funding and assistantship opportunities may be found via the following programs:
Funding for travel to conferences can be obtained in several ways:
Applying for Funding
- Strategy: Purdue offers many workshops and resources to assist students in the application process.
- Workshops: The Graduate School maintains a database of workshops designed specifically for graduate students. For a complete listing of workshops visit this page.
- Resources: The following offices assist graduate students in the funding process through workshops or individual appointments.