We have investigated a fabricating method for a graded index polymer optical fiber preform using a centrifugal force. When two monomers with different densities and refractive indices are polymerized under a centrifugal force, a concentration gradient is generated due to their density difference. Therefore, a graded refractive index can be obtained according to the concentration gradient. When a monomer is polymerized under a centrifugal force, a preform with a hollow is obtained because of volume shrinkage. To compensate for this practically, additional monomer should be filled into the hollow. Monomer should be fed to obtain a continuous gradient of refractive index at the interface before the first polymerized product is perfectly glassified. Two different types of feeding additional monomer were experimented with: monomer-monomer pair (case 1) and monomer-polymer pair (case II). The graded index profile with a proper Deltan (about 0.01) was successfully obtained in either case.