Financial Aid

Ph.D. students (research track and Anatomy teaching track) receive stipend support in the form of fellowships or research assistantships (not teaching assistantships). The basic stipend is currently $25,000 annually and will increase to $26,500 in August 2017. Full tuition waivers are also provided, and the GCBA department covers the cost of health insurance and other mandatory university fees.

Research based M.S. students in Genetics, Cell Biology and Anatomy are eligible for assistantship/fellowship support. The basic stipend is currently $12,000 annually, for a period of two years. Full tuition waivers are also provided, and the GCBA department covers the cost of health insurance and other mandatory university fees.

Students in the MS Medical Anatomy program are tuition paying students.  Tuition costs vary depending upon whether the student is a Nebraska resident or not.  Current information about tuition and fees can be found in the Graduate Studies Bulletin.  Students in this program are eligible for financial aid. Visit Financial Aid for learn about financial aid options.