Fellowships and scholarships are designed to attract and support graduate students who have exceptional academic records and potential. These prestigious awards generally include a full or partial tuition scholarship, often include a generous stipend and are designed to let the student concentrate on coursework and/or research.
Below you will find just a partial list of the many fellowships and scholarships that may be available to help fund your graduate education.
For more information or to schedule a meeting with a fellowships advisor, please visit the Office of Fellowships and Scholarships website.
In addition to the more prestigious national fellowships, there are numerous smaller awards and scholarships, many of which can be held in addition to funds received from other sources. These awards are identified by researching the online listings.
There are several helpful university fellowship databases that may also be of help in identifying fellowships and scholarships:
Diversity fellowships and scholarships are available to certain groups of individuals. This could include first-generation college students, underrepresented groups, women interested in science and engineering or for individuals from low-income families.