Fellowship Office Resources

Fellowships

Many graduate students are awarded fellowships each year, either by the University or by external agencies. Benefits from a fellowship can include:

  • Stipend/Salary: covers living expenses such as food and rent
  • Full or Partial Tuition Coverage: pays part or all of the graduate tuition
  • Student Fees:  pays part or all of the student fees 
  • Medical insurance supplement: contributes to or covers the total cost of medical insurance for the duration of the fellowship. 

Reference Materials:

Fellowship Manual (2020-21 version - updated November 2019)
Fellowship Manual (updated October 2020)
Grad Staff Employment Manual

Offer Letters (2021-22 Versions):

Fellowship Offer Letters:
AY Fellowship Administered as Assistantship Offer Letter
FY Fellowship Administered as Assistantship Offer Letter
AY - 1 Semester Fellowship Administered as Assistantship Offer Letter
AY or FY Continuation of Fellowship Administered As Assistantship Offer Letter
AY or FY Bilsland Dissertation Fellowship Administered As Assistantship Offer Letter
Grad Assistantship Offer Letters
AY Graduate Assistantship Offer Letter
FY Graduate Assistantship Offer Letter
1 Semester Graduate Assistantship Offer Letter
Assistantship Continuation Letter-AY or FY
FY Graduate Professional Offer Letter

Helpful Charts:

Quick Facts 2020-21
Quick Facts 2021-22 - updated 6/15/2021
Fellowship Student Fees
Guide to Graduate School Managed Fellowships(2021-22)

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