A number of graduate assistantships, including stipends and full tuition waiver, are available for qualified applicants. Applicants must demonstrate strong work habits, a commitment to excellence in teaching and research and make timely progress towards degree completion. Graduate assistants must be enrolled in full-time academic study and work 10 to 20 hours per week. Appointments generally run for the academic year, and may or may not be available during the summer. Graduate assistants must attend an orientation session in the fall and participate in departmental colloquiums.
Additional funding opportunities are available to graduate student in the form of grants, scholarships and fellowships including NDSU Graduate School Dissertation Fellowships, Graduate School Teaching and Research Awards, the Doctoral Dissertation Assistantship program and non-faculty travel awards.
For information on these and several other funding possibilities visit:
- Students may also apply for scholarships through the NDSU College of Human Development and Education http://www.ndsu.edu/hde/scholarships/graduate_scholarships/
- Members of Phi Upsilon Omicron Honor Society may also apply for fellowships. For information visit: http://phiu.org/scholarships.htm