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Graduate Student Financial Assistance Information

Assistantships and scholarships are available to qualified applicants on a competitive basis. In order to be considered for assistantships or scholarships, applicants must have their application completed for review before the priority application deadline. The Department of Agricultural Sciences offers a limited number of graduate instructional assistantships to full-time students enrolled in the Master’s program. Assistantships are renewable based upon an annual review of each student’s progress and performance. Faculty members may also have funds, such as those from grants, to support students as research assistants. Support is typically limited to two years.

The Graduate College also provides information about a variety of graduate scholarships.