Scholarship and Funding Opportunities

Financial aid and support is available through the University, college, research assistantships, and governmental fellowships.

Nearly $10 million is awarded annually including stipend, tuition, and health, dental and vision insurance. Over 80 percent of our students receive financial assistance in support of their education.

A unique opportunity available to doctoral candidates advised by College of Agricultural Sciences faculty. The program serves as professional development for all college graduate students by providing a $2,500 award for dissertation research conducted by our doctoral candidates.

These awards have been established to recognize graduate students, advised by College of Agricultural Sciences faculty, excelling in research, teaching, or extension education.

Guidelines and Nomination form for the College's Fellowships and Awards for the 2017-2018 Academic Year.

The College of Agricultural Sciences Graduate Student Travel Awards are available to any registered full-time Graduate Student advised by our faculty (College or Inter-College major).