Financial Support for Graduate Students
There are many resources for financial assistance available to students pursuing graduate study :
Currently Available Scholarships, Fellowships & Grant Opportunities
Fellowship programs and tuition awards in support of excellent students in Ph.D. programs.
For qualified new doctoral graduate students. These Fellowships include stipend, full tuition, and health insurance and are intended to help recruit high quality doctoral students.
A collection of web sites to assist students in finding those much-needed support dollars while attending graduate school.
A collection of web sites to assist Underrepresented Groups.
Graduate student financial aid program that remits tuition for selected graduate assistants and other advanced study students.
A list of CGS member institutions that support the Resolution concerning the conditions surrounding the acceptance of offers of certain kinds of graduate student financial assistance.
These online resources provide the latest funding announcements from various sponsoring agencies (federal, non-federal and non-profit)
College of Arts and Sciences, is offering research funding opportunities for A&S graduate students. The GSU is offering grants (maximum $100) to help A&S graduate students offset the costs of conducting research, attending conferences, and purchasing data sets and other materials.
Information regarding financial aid, including eligibility, how to apply, different types of aid, and outside sources of financial aid.
FAFSA information for first time applicants.
The Bursar's Office provides different options for students to pay tuition and fees.
Information and resources to help you develop the knowledge and skills necessary to be competitive in the job search process.
Student Family housing options and the Early Childhood Education Program provide support for balancing academic and family life.