The Graduate School Advance to a Higher Degree

Scholarships

Scholarships are typically small awards made to students to support their education in amounts ranging from $200 to $5,000. Due to the small amount, scholarships are not a main source of funding for graduate education. Students are encouraged to investigate fellowship opportunities, including internal fellowships and external fellowships, along with graduate assistantships to significantly help defer the cost of graduate tuition.

When searching for graduate scholarships, students are advised to read the scholarship requirements carefully, as most organizations only offer scholarships to undergraduate students. 

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