All PiN students (both domestic and international) receive full funding for the duration of their enrollment.  Funding includes full tuition and fees, health insurance, and a stipend for living expenses.  (For the fiscal year starting July 1, 2016, the stipend is $36,720/year.)   Domstic students need to be aware that for at least the first two years of enrollment, their stipend is not considered “earned wages” by the Internal Revenue Service.  This means that (1) the student will not receive a W-2 at the end of the calendar year for figuring out taxes in April, and (2) income tax will not be withheld from the stipend check, so nearly all domestic students must file quarterly tax returns.   Incoming students receive from DMS $1000 in “move-in” or “laptop” funds upon matriculation. Students…

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