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School and College Ph.D. Tuition Support Plans Under Continuous Enrollment

The Continuous Enrollment Policy for Ph.D. students will take effect in the Fall of 2010. It calls for students to register in each fall and winter semester until they complete their degrees, unless they are on an approved leave of absence. The policy is designed to improve the likelihood that students will complete their Ph.D. degrees, without imposing any new financial burden on students or on graduate programs. Each school and college has developed a plan to provide tuition support for all Ph.D. students who are making satisfactory academic progress but would not have registered under current policies and practices. The plans do not replace or alter existing commitments to students from departments, graduate programs, schools or colleges for financial support that includes tuition, stipend, and benefits. The school and college plans for tuition fellowships provide an additional layer of support that is designed to protect current students from new financial burdens as a result of the policy.

For the plan of each school or college, please click on the link below.