Princeton fully funds every Ph.D. student, offering tailored support across all years of regular program enrollment. At Princeton, we see a direct relationship between strong financial support and the capacity to break new academic ground. So we guarantee full funding to all degree-seeking Ph.D. candidates during their regular enrollment period. It’s an investment in our students and also in the University community, cultivating a unique academic environment in which creative thinking and original scholarship thrive. Our Support Model Find an overview of the financial support models for degree types and enrollment statuses. Ph.D. Funding: Humanities & Social Sciences Ph.D. Funding: Natural Sciences & Engineering Dissertation Completion Funding In Absentia Status Master’s Degree Funding Nondegree Students Funding Sources Fellowships Explore fellowships offered by both Princeton and external sources. Assistantships Gain valuable teaching and research experience along with tuition and stipend support for your studies. Graduate Student Employment Explore student employment and internship opportunities for graduate students. Dissertation Completion Review options for dissertation completion funding through various campus programs. Student Activity Funding Locate funds for professional development and travel, summer research, and more. Loans & Work-Study Find application and eligibility details for student loans and federal work-study. Military-Connected Students Certify and coordinate student education benefits for military students, veterans and their families provided by the United States Department of Defense (DoD) and Department of Veterans Affairs (VA). AmeriCorps Education Benefits Find information about using your AmeriCorps benefits at Princeton. Student Support Programs Graduate Child Assistance Program Princeton is family-focused, and offers generous support to help students with children proactively plan for child care, housing, and healthcare. Graduate Advance If you are coping with an unexpected financial emergency, a Graduate Advance may be available. Visit Student Life and Access, Diversity & Inclusion for additional programs. Tools & Resources My Financials Access your account, find your paycheck, and plan financially. Student Taxes Understand the basics of taxes for graduate students. Princeton Financial Literacy Connect with events, opportunities, and tools to manage your finances. Financial Wellness Fellows Program Develop your leadership skills while working on a campus-wide financial literacy initiative.