What type of Funding/Assistance is available?
The Molecular and Cellular Toxicology graduate program will provide financial support to students through University graduate assistantships and fellowships or graduate research assistantships.
Fellowships are awarded to those students possessing outstanding academic credentials and demonstrable potential for achieving excellence in a research career. Assistantships and fellowships include graduate tuition in addition to the stipend. The stipend level ranges from $18,000 to $22,000. A typical stipend provides for a modest standard of living.
For additional information on available graduate student funding, visit the WSU Graduate School's funding for graduate students online listing or contact the IEHS Graduate Admissions Committee at (313) 577-0100.
What about Housing?
Wayne State University offers a variety of apartments for individuals and families. For additional information, please visit the Wayne State University Housing Office website or call the Housing Authority at (313) 577-2116.
Off-campus rental units are also available. You may want to visit the University Center Cultural Association website to help in your search for off-campus housing.
Where is the Institute located?
The IEHS is located downtown Detroit and just a few minutes from major entertainment venues for sports (Joe Louis Arena, Comerica Parkand Ford Field), museums (The Detroit Institute of Arts, the Charles H. Wright Museum of African-American History, and the Motown Historical Museum), theaters (Detroit Opera House, and the Fox Theatre), casinos (MGM Grand, Motor City and Greektown), and commercial districts (Eastern Market, Greektown, and the Renaissance Center). It occupies suites on the fourth and fifth floors of the Applebaum building, on Mack Avenue between Woodward and the I-75 freeway. To obtain directions to our Center, please download the Wayne State University / EHS Center (PDF) area map or visit http://campusmap.wayne.edu.