The Graduate School at UW-Madison is committed to providing a robust education to all our students. The Wisconsin tradition is built on a foundation of world-class faculty, diverse students determined to succeed, research innovation and facilities and programs second to none.
The Science and Medicine Graduate Research Scholars program was established to enhance the experiences of underrepresented graduate students in the biological sciences. SciMed GRS offers professional development, community resources, and funding opportunity for underrepresented minority students.
There are many resources available to help fund your education. Initially, the graduate school can help with application fee costs. Many graduate students are offered, teaching, project or research assistantships. Additionally, there are 39 training grants with funding opportunities for students.
Applying for Graduate School
Graduate school is an ambitious undertaking where the goal is to learn and develop skills that will set up your professional career.
Grad School 101
How is graduate school different from undergrad? What are the steps to earning your degree? Do you have helpful advice for incoming graduate students?