The School of Architecture, Planning and Preservation anticipates approximately three research assistantships available to students in the Ph.D. Program in Urban and Regional Planning and Design each year.
In addition, the National Center for Smart Growth supports approximately three Ph.D. Students each year.
Students may also find financial support on faculty research projects and with teaching possibilities in our masters programs.
Compensation for assistantships includes tuition remission for up to 10 credit hours per semester, plus a stipend. For more information contact: