Much like buying a home or a car, your education is a major financial decision that could be a major burden down the road. Not only do you have to choose the right college, graduate school, or professional school, but you have to figure out how to pay for it.  You can fund your education in a number of ways: savings accounts, scholarships, federal grants, work-study, employer tuition benefits, or educational loans. Navigating these different options can be confusing.

To find out what financial resources are available for you, contact your school's financial aid office. 

Undergraduate School
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Fuqua School of Business
Law School
Nicholas School of the Environment
Graduate School
Public Policy
School of Medicine
School of Nursing

For a current listing of Duke's Undergraduate Tuition and Fees, please contact the Bursar's Office

PhD Stipends

The purpose of this site is to share information about what PhD students in many disciplines at universities all over the US are being paid (i.e. income from stipends, fellowships, research or teaching assistantships, internships, etc.).