Save the Date: Graduate Funding Symposium, July 31
Students interested in building their applications for the 2019 NSF and NIH grants should plan to attend The Graduate School’s Graduate Funding Success Symposium on July 31, 2018. This unique event will bring grant experts and faculty with experience reviewing NSF and NIH applications together to provide you with information and guidance as you prepare your applications for the September deadline. To get updates on times and symposium sessions, add your name to the email list here.
Resources Across Campus
A repository of student funding options and policies regarding scholarships and funding.
The Personal Money Management Center provides a competent and confidential atmosphere where students can have access to accredited counseling services, quality financial education and appropriate tools to achieving lifelong successful financial outcomes.
Information on University-sponsored, external, and study abroad funding.
from the Kick-Start Your Applications! Info Fair
Basic overview of University-sponsored funding opportunities and best practices for developing effective applications.
University Fellowships & Awards
Graduate students awarded fellowships or grants from The Graduate School have been announced. To see the list of 2018-2019 awardees, visit the award pages below.