GRADUATE SCHOLAR AWARD
The purpose of the Graduate Scholar Award is to provide financial support in the form of tuition waivers to academically qualified individuals underrepresented in graduate programs. There are up to 15 awards available each year.
Applicants must (1) be admitted as classified (degree-seeking) masters-level graduate students, (2) be in good academic standing, and (3) be members of groups underrepresented nationally in academic disciplines.
The Graduate Scholar Award is a waiver of tuition for up to a maximum of two academic terms (fall, spring or summer). The award can be received only once and used for only one graduate degree. Award recipients are not eligible to receive a subsequent award if pursuing another degree. Recipients are responsible for fees.
Applicants must complete and submit the Graduate Scholar Award Application form online below by June 1, 2015.
Applications will be selected based upon the following factors:
Recipients must be enrolled in at least 3 graduate hours each term of the award and must maintain at least a 3.0 GPA throughout the award period. A recipient is unable to hold a graduate assistantship or Competitive Graduate Award at the same time. If a recipient fails to comply with these conditions, the Graduate School may revoke the award.
Note the information regarding acceptance of a GSA at CGS_Resolution.pdf.
Release of Information
In order to comply with the University’s Tuition Waiver Policy, all students applying for or receiving a tuition waiver must sign a Release of Information Form.