The Graduate School of Arts & Sciences (GRS) awards generous financial aid packages to MFA students in Creative Writing and Playwriting.  Newly admitted MFA students to these two programs will receive a full tuition scholarship, coverage for the basic student health insurance plan, and stipend support which may be a combination of a non-service stipend and/or teaching fellowship, depending on the program of admission.  Review detailed information about the fellowship awards and the policies and privileges associated with each fellowship by clicking any of the dropdown menus below.

The department of World Languages & Literature offers merit scholarships to our MFA in Literary Translation applicants based upon the strength of each applicant’s credentials. All admitted domestic and international applicants are considered for scholarship of up to 50% of full-time tuition and will be notified of the scholarship offer in the admission letter.