Anatomy PhD Tuition & Financial Aid
Students in the Anatomy PhD program pay the standard Penn State University graduate student tuition.
Other Funding Sources
A half-time research assistantship (with tuition remission) is provided for all semesters for doctoral degree students in good academic and research standing.
The graduate program provides the stipend (and tuition) for two or three semesters, depending on fund availability, and the research mentor or associated department provide support thereafter.
The Anatomy Graduate Program reimburses the mentor for time that the student is involved in teaching activities.
The current stipend is valued at $26,982 for 2016-17, plus tuition remission.
Students are responsible for costs of books (~$400/year), activity fees, thesis fees, and medical insurance. Medical insurance is required for all students – Penn State will pay 80% of the annual premium cost for the basic plan of the Penn State Student Health Insurance Policy (MEGA).