The cost of graduate study at Stanford — and the resources available for financial support — vary by degree, school, and enrollment status. Students are encouraged to plan ahead and anticipate their financial needs.
Campus Offices and Resources
Your Degree Program
Many funding policies and resources are local, so seek out your student services staff for help or advice first.
Financial Aid Office
The main Financial Aid Office (FAO) offers a broad overview of graduate student funding and generates a sample graduate student budget (or estimated “cost of attendance”). The FAO also administers loans and manages Stanford Support Programs such as the Emergency Grant-In-Aid Funds and the Graduate Family Grant Program.
Office of the University Registrar
The "Reg Office" posts annual tuition rates.
Student Services Center
The Student Services Center can help you understand and pay your bill and provides other student services.
The Controller’s Office offers information about taxes, student employment, and travel reimbursement.
Graduate Academic Policies and Procedures
The GAP provides guidelines for graduate financial support, including definitions of typical funding sources and minimum salaries for research and teaching assistants.