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Indiana University Journalism

Fellowships, Grants & Assistantships

Master’s degree candidates may receive fellowships or assistantships to help cover the cost of their studies. Fellowship awards are based on academic achievement. Assistantships at the master’s level pay a stipend per semester for 10 hours of work each week.

Most students in our doctoral program work as teaching assistants, research assistants and, when appropriate, as instructors of record for some select courses.

Ph.D. students typically receive both fellowship and assistantship funding. Fellowship awards are based on academic achievement. Assistantships pay per semester for 20 hours a week of work and include tuition waivers. For more details, contact Graduate Admissions at 812-855-1701.

There is no separate application for IU Journalism funding; decisions are based solely on the merit of the application.

Other sources of funding, including federal financial aid, are available through the Office of Financial Aid.

Up-to-date tuition and fee rates are online at the IU Bursar's Office.

More info:

Contact:

  • Graduate Admissions at 812-855-1701.