Admissions and Aid

Application Process

The application deadline is rolling, which allows applications on a continuing basis all year round. Application materials can be found on the Graduate School of Arts and Sciences website. Priority and allocation of scholarships and course assistantships is given to those applying before April 1 for admission in the fall semester and before Dec. 1 for admission in the spring.

Scholarship Aid and Course or Teaching Assistantships

The M.A. program in Ancient Greek and Roman Studies (Tracks 1 and 2) offers students a 25 percent scholarship based on need (you must complete a FAFSA application) and an additional 25 percent based on academic merit (with the approval of the Dean of the Graduate School of Arts and Sciences). In addition, through GSAS, the department offers a limited number of course teaching assistantships (assigned based on merit) to help students defray the cost of their graduate study.

Visit the GSAS website for more information about aid for master's degree students.