All Movement Science students receive full tuition, individual health insurance, and a monthly stipend. Support is provided through NIH Training Grant T32HD007434.


Students admitted to the Movement Science Program are provided a monthly stipend for four years dependent upon demonstration of satisfactory progress each year.  Students are encouraged to apply for additional funding to support their research. A list of funding opportunities can be found here.

Fellowship & Scholarships

The Ann W. and Spencer T. Olin – Chancellor’s Fellowship (OCF) is an elite cohort of outstanding graduate students with diverse backgrounds and from varied disciplines. The OCF is committed to promoting diversity in all dimensions including cultural, socioeconomic, gender, racial, ethnic, geographical, philosophical/religious, and other distinctive backgrounds and perspectives.

The OCF offers a competitive award package and a best-in-class graduate fellowship experience. Fellows will receive exceptional leadership and development opportunities, access to exemplary resources, and networking and mentorship opportunities that will empower them to demonstrate all-round excellence. Our Fellows will reinforce the ethos of the program through sustained engagement as students and alumni. 

The OCF application is submitted along with the MSP program application. Please visit the OCF website for additional details.