Many students receive funding for graduate studies in the form of teaching or research assistantships, scholarships, external fellowships, fellowships tied to a specific institution, or loans. We do our best to help you find a way to afford your graduate education.

Assistantships

Administrative, research, or teaching assistantships in your department

 

Travel and Research Grants

Funding to help cover the costs of research or travel to scholarly conferences

Scholarships and Fellowships

Sponsored by departments, other institutions, federal agencies, and private business

 

Work-Life Grants

Financial support for graduate assistants during pregnancy and childbirth

External Funding Resources

Here are some lists others have compiled with funding opportunities for graduate study and research. 

Science Magazine's List of Funding Programs

The American Association for the Advancement of Science publishes a list of places to search for funding. 

Southern Regional Education Board Doctoral Scholars Program

Part of a nationwide initiative that seeks to produce more minority student Ph.D.s and to encourage SREB scholars to seek faculty positions.