Fellowship and Assistantship

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Graduate Funding through Fellowships and Assistantships                     

Moore College of Art & Design is now accepting applications for all Graduate Programs starting in fall 2018. Fellowship and Assistantship consideration deadline: February 1, 2018.

Moore offers Graduate Fellowship and Graduate Assistantship funding to support graduate candidates enrolled in our programs*. These awards are highly competitive, and applicants are required to submit all materials before the February 1 deadline.

Fellowship functions similarly to undergraduate scholarships. Fellowship is applied directly toward tuition. Candidates who receive an Assistantship are thoughtfully employed at Moore College in a position that allows for growth and learning, while also advancing the mission of the institution. In these positions, students are paid monthly in exchange for the agreed upon work hours. Assistantship placements may be up to ten or twelve month positions. Examples of Assistantship placements are below, however, applicants are encouraged to consider their own unique skill sets, and to communicate suggestions for expanded placement possibilities:

  • The Galleries at Moore Assistant
  • 3D Lab Technician - traditional media
  • 3D Lab Technician - new media
  • Library and Archive Assistant
  • BFA Department Chairs Assistant
  • Marketing and Communications


There are no additional forms to be considered for Graduate Fellowship and Assistantship. All accepted applicants will be automatically considered by the Graduate Fellowship Committee. However, all application materials must be received by February 1, 2018.

*Students must maintain full-time status to be eligible Fellowship or Assistantship.

For questions about Graduate Funding Opportunities, please contact Alyson Giantisco at 215-965-8569 or gradstudies@moore.edu.


Socially-Engaged Art Program Director: Daniel Tucker

MA in Art Education Program Director: Lauren Stichter