All students admitted to the Evolution, Ecology, and Behavior; Genome, Cell, and Developmental Biology; and Microbiology graduate programs receive some form of stipend to cover living expenses during the academic year and during the summer (teaching assistantship, research assistantship, training grant support, fellowship), as well as fee remission support that covers all tuition expenses and virtually all fees. In addition, the university provides student health insurance.
All applicants for admission are automatically considered for financial support.
Support is guaranteed for 5 years.
Because Bloomington is extremely affordable, students can live very comfortably on their stipend.
Biotechnology M.S. Program
The Biotechnology M.S. program does not offer stipends or tuition support to its students. You may find additional financial support for our M.S. program through Indiana University and other agencies.