The Graduate School of Arts and Science offers an extensive program of funding support. Funding decisions, based solely on merit, are made by the departments with deaconal review.
Some of the sources of funding available through the University and the Graduate School are listed below.
THE HENRY M. MACCRACKEN PROGRAM
Henry Mitchell MacCracken, a professor of philosophy, served as the sixth chancellor of NYU. As chancellor, he established one of the first graduate schools of arts and science in the United States. He was committed to expanding the university’s schools and departments, improving academic standards and increasing enrollment. The GSAS doctoral fellowship program is named in honor of him and his visionary leadership.Click to learn more:
Financial Aid for Graduate School