Most doctoral students are admitted with funding that comes in the form of a Graduate Assistantship with a minimum annual stipend of $22,000. Typically this funding comes in the form of a teaching assistantship (TA).
Learning to be a good teacher is also a fundamental part of your graduate education and essential to your professional development. Skills gained by teaching, such as communication and project management will benefit you as you progress in your Mathematics career.
Many students develop research relationships with our faculty and are offered positions to work on their research projects.