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Fellowships

A fellowship is an arrangement in which financial support is given to a graduate student to pursue his or her degree without any obligation on the part of the student to engage in teaching and/or research in furtherance of the university’s academic mission.  .  Fellowships are generally merit-based awards intended to support a student in a full-time course of study. 

The Graduate School funds a significant number of our entering doctoral student with fellowships awarded through the graduate fields.  Fellowship awards are based on the student's scholastic ability and promise of  academic achievement.

View Graduate School workshop on applying for graduate fellowships.

 

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