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 Graduate Fellowships, Scholarships, and Financial Aid

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Graduate Fellowships and Scholarships

A number of Oregon State University fellowships and scholarships sponsored by industry, foundations and government agencies are available to superior students for graduate study in various graduate programs at OSU. For a listing of many these fellowships and scholarships, visit the Scholarship Management System database at https://scholarship.ucsadm.oregonstate.edu/prod/search_schol.php.

For more information about scholarships and fellowships in the database above, including application instructions, as well as additional opportunities in individual programs, contact the individual program of interest.

Students interested in general information regarding graduate student funding opportunities are encouraged to explore Financing Your Education on the Graduate School’s website: http://gradschool.oregonstate.edu/finance.


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Graduate Student Employment

Each year, OSU receives grants from federal and state agencies, public and private foundations, and business and industry to support institutional and individual projects. Funding is awarded to the various departments in most academic colleges and to other research organizations on campus, including experiment stations, centers and institutes. Many of these grants include financial support for graduate students. Interested students should direct inquiries and applications to the department concerned.

Graduate students may be employed as Graduate Teaching or Graduate Research assistants by departments on campus. In addition to monthly stipends, graduate assistants appointed at .20 FTE or above are eligible for a tuition and fee subsidy.

In addition to graduate assistantships, graduate students may be appointed to student hourly positions on campus. These appointments are not eligible for a tuition or fee subsidy.

The maximum combined appointment FTE for all jobs in the OUS system is .49 FTE.

For more information on student employment, contact the department of interest or the Office of Human Resources.


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Financial Aid for Graduate Students

The OSU Office of Financial Aid and Scholarships administers federal financial aid programs to assist graduate students with meeting the cost of higher education. To determine eligibility for specific federal aid programs at OSU, graduate students are required to complete the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) each year. Graduate students must be degree-seeking or in an approved certificate program and enrolled at least half-time (5 credits) to qualify for financial aid. Graduate students are not eligible for federal Title IV grants or subsidized loans. Students in graduate certificate programs are only eligible for aid for courses required for their certificate program.

For additional information about Financial Aid for graduate students, visit http://oregonstate.edu/financialaid/, or contact the OSU Office of Financial Aid and Scholarships.


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