Graduate programs at the University of Wisconsin-Madison offer great value. Overall, 80% of doctoral students and 50% of masters students enrolled full-time in graduate programs receive funding and tuition remission from the university for their graduate studies. Funding support for graduate school at the University of Wisconsin-Madison largely takes the form of graduate assistantships, fellowships, and traineeships. The type and level of support available to students varies widely across graduate programs; therefore, you should contact your intended graduate program(s) with any inquiries about funding. Other sources of funding for students include employment in the community and loans from the Office of Student Financial Aid.