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.
Fellowships & Scholarships
Two fellowships are available to outstanding students who bring diversity to the graduate program:
- The Mr. and Mrs. Spencer T. Olin Fellowships are awarded to winners of a competition open to all women who intend to graduate from a baccalaureate institution in the United States and begin graduate studies at Washington University the following fall. Interested applicants must submit an Olin application in addition to their application for admission. Please visit the Olin Fellowship for more information.
- The Chancellor’s Graduate Fellowships are designed to facilitate training for students who will contribute to diversity in graduate education and who are interested in becoming college or university professors. Please visit the Chancellor’s Fellowship for more information.