The Graduate College provides a wide variety of financial assistance to help masters and doctoral students meet educational, living, and professional development expenses. We provide close to 20 different internal fellowship opportunities and staff support for students seeking external grants and fellowships. The Graduate College also partners with the Graduate Student Employment Committee, which provides recommendations to University leadership on matters related to employment benefits. The current graduate employment agreement contains information on graduate assistant rights and benefits.

If you have any questions, please contact us at or call Associate Dean Shelly Campo (335-2136) or Graduate Administrative Affairs Coordinator Katie Bottorff (467-4307).

Fund your research

We're ready to help you pursue external fellowships and grants that can support your education and scholarship.