Graduate students who are currently enrolled in Villanova's College of Liberal Arts and Sciences will find information here on the many non-academic services and facilities available to graduate students as members of the university community, and on the Graduate Student Council, the main social organization for graduate students at Villanova.
There are two types of competitive, merit-based funding available in most graduate programs: Tuition Scholarships (TS): which provide tuition remission for the total number of courses required for the degree; and Graduate Assistantships (GA): which include a stipend along with tuition remission. International students as well as students from the US are eligible for these merit-based funding options. ...read more.
Policies serve as a way to ensure the coordination and compliance of University regulations and enhances the University's mission. ...read more.