Our faculty highly value and work hard to recruit a diverse and highly qualified student body. We are especially interested in continuing to increase the number of minority students, mid-career professionals, and international students that we educate and graduate each year.
At the Division of Behavioral and Organizational Sciences, every student we feel is capable and suited to our programs is awarded a merit-based fellowship. This is one way we realize our mission of making high-quality graduate education more accessible to a diverse group of students. You will be contacted directly by a faculty member at the time of admission to discuss the details of your financial aid package.
Generous gifts to Claremont Graduate University and significant increases in faculty research funding mean a substantial increase in the number of stipends available to you as our student. You may also be hired as one of our paid teaching assistants, research assistants, or on-campus program assistants. For a list of many of the ways in which students finance their graduate education, follow this link.