PhD in Rehabilitation Science:
Tuition & Financial Aid
Resident and non-resident tuition for the PhD Program in Rehabilitation Science are based on Tier I Graduate Tuition for the Seattle campus, available at the following website:
In addition to living expenses, other expenses associated with doctoral study may include books, computer software, transportation, costs related to conducting dissertation research, and dissertation preparation.
Although we cannot guarantee financial assistance in the form of graduate student appointments, we make every effort to find opportunities within the Department’s ongoing research and training grants and projects. We will also facilitate funding opportunities through other campus departments when appropriate.
Please review the information on Fellowships and Assistantships provided on the Graduate School website.
Additional resources for financial assistance include:
To learn more about the PhD Program in Rehabilitation Science, please explore the links below: