Yes, to PhD students. A Research Assistantship or Teaching Assistantship includes a stipend beginning around $2,000 per month, a Tuition Scholarship covering 100% of the cost, plus paid single health insurance. Selection is based on faculty interest in your application.
A very limited number of assistantships are available to students interested in the MS with thesis program. This includes a stipend beginning around $2,000 per month, a 50% Tuition Scholarship (assessed at in-state rates), and paid single health insurance.
No departmental funding is available to students in the one-year non-thesis MS program.