Applications for admission to graduate school are handled through the Physics Department and should be sent directly to the Graduate School of Arts and Sciences.
The graduate program within CCPP gives our students a unique experience
leading to a deep knowledge of both particle physics and astrophysics.
With these tools, our graduate students have gone on to successful careers both
inside and outside academia. We keep track of their current locations.
You can also peruse the list of recent Physics PhDs
granted by our department to get a sense of what our students are working on.
The Center for Cosmology and Particle Physics offers special James Arthur Graduate Fellowships in Cosmology, Particle Physics, and Astrophysics. These Fellowships are available for exceptional students who anticipate working with faculty members of the Center. They enhance the MacCracken and Meyer Fellowship program of the GSAS and Physics Department.