A limited number of funding opportunities are available for qualified CDM graduate students. Graduate assistantships are tuition and/or monetary awards based on academic merit, experience in the field, and recommendations. An assistantship typically requires the recipient to perform some service for CDM such as tutoring, grading or lab support. CDM awards two kinds of assistantships:
Graduate assistantships are intended for any degree-seeking (PhD, MS, MA and MFA) graduate student in CDM.
Intended for full-time students pursuing a PhD at CDM.