Funding Resources

Graduate Studies: Funding Resources

The link below provides information on sources of funding for graduate students, either from the university or from external sources. This document, originally prepared by graduate students, is a work in progress as funding opportunities may be added or removed as necessary. Please contact Bill Blair ([email protected]) with information about such opportunities.

Please click this link for funding Resource list: NES Graduate Funding Resources.

Graduate Summer Language and Research Funding Opportunity

The Department of Near Eastern Studies and Program in Near Eastern Studies provide support for graduate students to pursue intensive summer language study in Arabic, Hebrew, Persian and Turkish and/or summer research in Middle Eastern studies. Please note funding is limited. Apply by February 15 via the SAFE portal

Scholarships and Fellowships - Taxation

A scholarship is money paid directly to, or for the benefit of, a student at an educational institution to aid in the pursuit of studies. The term scholarship at Princeton is typically used in reference to funding for an undergraduate student. A fellowship is an amount paid to, or for the benefit of, an individual to aid in the pursuit of study or research. The term fellowship at Princeton is typically used in reference to funding for a graduate student. 

Visit the Student Tax page for information about the 1098-T form.

Information on Taxation of Qualified (nontaxable) and Non-qualified (typically taxable) Student Funding

My Financials

Please click this link for financial information: My Financials