Financial Opportunities

Students wishing to be considered for assistantships, fellowships, scholarships or other forms of financial awards should indicate their interest to their graduate coordinator or program chair as soon as possible after notification of admission.

Students must be fully admitted to a degree program in either full-standing, conditional or probationary status to be considered for graduate assistantship positions, fellowship awards or federally-funded financial aid. Students who are admitted on probation or placed on academic probation following admission may be eligible for assistantship positions under certain circumstances. If a student is admitted under conditional or probationary status, they must continue to meet the conditions of their admissions to continue receiving federally-funded financial aid. Please consult the appropriate offices for details on eligibility.