Doctoral Program in Educational Leadership Policies:
Support Services

9.1 Financial Aid


The University provides a comprehensive student financial aid program through the Office of Student Financial Aid. All aid is based on individual need, educational costs, and availability of funds. Awards may consist of scholarships, loans, grants, and/or employment. Funds are limited; students are encouraged to apply for financial aid as soon as possible after admission. Information about specific types of financial aid is contained in the University catalog. Inquiries concerning financial aid should be directed to the Office of Student Financial Aid.

The College of Education and Human Services awards a limited number of competitive graduate tuition scholarships. Interested students should review the scholarship pages on the COEHS website. In addition, the Graduate School office provides tuition waiver monies for qualified graduate students. The number and amount of the award is determined by the allocation of annual funding from the Graduate School office.

 

APPROVED: DSC 12/08/03; DTF 3/04/04; DTF 4/08/09



9.2 Thomas G. Carpenter Library


Enrolled doctoral students and doctoral faculty have full access to the services of the Thomas G. Carpenter Library at UNF. Descriptions of these services are available in the University catalog and from library staff.

APPROVED: DSC 12/08/03; DTF 3/04/04; DTF 4/08/09

9.3 Computing Services


Enrolled doctoral students and doctoral faculty have full access to the services of the Department of Information Technology Services. The department provides technical assistance in the use of computing equipment and systems. Descriptions of the services the department provides are available in the University catalog and from staff in the department.

 

APPROVED: DSC 12/08/03; DTF 3/04/04; DTF 4/08/09



9.4 Student Services


Enrolled doctoral students have full access to other services provided through the Division of Student and International Affairs including Student Health Services, the Counseling Center , Child Care, the Disability Resource Center , the Women's Center, the Ombudsman's Program, and the Victim Advocacy Program.

 

APPROVED: DSC 12/08/03; DTF 3/04/04; DTF 4/08/09