Fellowships and Graduate Assistantships
The Presidential Fellowship is an opportunity for graduate students who are full-time students, scholastically high-achievers, and are committed to serving their community.
The Diversity Fellowship is an opportunity for graduate students who are full-time students, U.S. citizens, and are committed to future leadership in promoting diversity within their discipline.
These awards include tuition scholarship for 18 credit hours in the Fall/Spring and one 3-credit course each summer, health insurance, and a monthly stipend for up to 2 years.
Assistantships provide the opportunity to work with faculty and staff on research, classroom instruction, and recruitment efforts. Students must be full-time to be eligible.
Full assistantships require working with faculty 20 hours per week. Benefits include a tuition remission of 18 credit hours, health insurance, and a stipend.
Partial assistantships require working with faculty or staff between 8-16 hours per week. Benefits include tuition remission of $5,000 - $10,000.