- Prospective students may apply for funding at the time of their application for admission, as part of the online application.
- Students already enrolled in a graduate program should contact their graduate program director if they wish to be considered for a tuition scholarship or assistantship.
- Applications for merit-based funding are reviewed by the faculty in the individual programs, who make recommendations to the Graduate Dean.
Graduate assistants and tuition scholars are expected to attend the University full-time, and perform various duties for their individual department, such as research assistance to faculty, tutoring, and classroom or laboratory teaching assistance. For more information, see this web page.