Each year, numerous scholarships come through the Office of Diversity and Inclusion Student Services. Many of these scholarships simply require filling out and submitting a short application. Information about these scholarships is maintained in our office, 351 Fisher Hall. Minority students with academic merit and/or unmet financial need are eligible and strongly encouraged to apply for these scholarships.
In addition to private scholarship funds, the University Fellowship Program operated by the Graduate School is available to assist eligible minority graduate students with United States citizenship. Through a combination of assistantships and stipends, students may have their tuition, fees, and living allowances financed during their master's and/or doctorate degrees.
Please take advantage of these opportunities, as thousands of dollars are available to students. To find out more information on scholarships and the University Fellowship Program, please contact Joey Clark (firstname.lastname@example.org) at (614) 292-1017 or stop by 351 Fisher Hall.