Revised September 2023.
No service is required of a recipient of a Bodenheimer Fellowship. Once awarded, the student just needs to be enrolled as a full-time student in EECS. The minimum load is determined by the required hours of work for the assistantship. For a ¼-time assistantship, 9 hours during a Fall or Spring semester is the minimum course load. For a ½-time assistantship, 6 hours during a Fall or Spring semester is the minimum course load.
A recipient is generally also offered a choice of the following:
(1) a 1/4-time teaching assistantship in return for working 10 hours per week with a monthly stipend of $808.42 with tuition and health insurance paid.
(2) a 1/2-time research assistantship in return for working 20 hours per week with a monthly stipend of $2,155.67 (or higher) with tuition and health insurance paid.
(3) a combination of 1/4-time teaching and 1/4-time research assistantships in return for working 20 hours per week with a monthly stipend of $1,886.25 (or higher) with tuition and health insurance paid.
Minimum stipend for a 20-hour Graduate Assistantship: $19,401 = $1,616.84 x 12 months
Tuition and fees are listed for in-state:
Fall (9+ hours): $6,810
Spr (9+ hours): $6,810
Sum (6 hours): $4,296
Tuition Total: $17,916
Healthcare Ins. = $240 x 12 = $ 2,880
GTA Total: $40,197 = $2,880 + $19,401 + $17,916
A GTA/GRA assistantship is worth over $40K per year including tuition and health insurance.
With the Bodenheimer Fellowship of $12K, the package exceeds $52K.