The Bioinformatics and Computational Biology program is offering merit-based scholarship awards of up to 50% of tuition to all qualified students.
Scholarships for international students are funded by GlobalGrad.
U.S. residents may qualify for a scholarship from the Bioinformatics Training with Industry Support and Engagement (BITWISE) project that is funded through the generous support of the National Science Foundation's S-STEM Scholarship program.
All applicants to the master's program whose materials are received by March 15 are automatically considered for scholarships.
We have a very limited number of graduate assistantships for highly qualified students who are prepared to conduct computational research with one of the BCB faculty.
View University-Wide Information on Graduate Scholarships, Fellowships and Assistantships