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Research Funding Opportunities for Prospective Students

University Graduate Fellowship Award

The Graduate School sponsors eighty University Graduate Fellowships. This prestigious fellowship program is available to incoming students and provides payment of tuition and a base stipend of $16,100 for 2009-10.

Selection of the University Graduate Fellow is made at the college level. Interested prospective students should contact their departments for details on the college's deadline, requirements, and procedures.

 

Distinguished Graduate Fellowships

The Distinguished Graduate Fellowships are created by a collaborative funding effort. Funding from a donor, the Graduate School, and the academic college support these awards. This prestigious fellowship program is available to incoming students and provides payment of tuition and a base stipend of $16,100 for 2009-10. Some colleges increase the stipend with their own funding.

Selection of the Distinguished Graduate Fellows is made at the college level. Interested prospective students should contact their departments for details on the college's deadline, requirements, and procedures.

 

Bunton-Waller Graduate Award

Bunton-Waller Graduate Awards are assistantships granted to incoming students as part of the University's comprehensive educational opportunity program.Students must be nominated by their program. The Bunton-Waller Graduate Awards Program competition is open to incoming graduate degree candidates who ae U.S. citizens or permanent residents. Applications are evaluated on scholarly promise.


See Also:  Funding Opportunities for Current Students