Several scholarship opportunities are available at:
Students should review this page frequently because
scholarship postings change regularly.
Instructions for submitting an application and requirements are posted
on the webpage.
School offers two
The Delores Auzenne Scholarshipassists students from populations that are
underrepresented in particular disciplines; this changes from year to year, as
does the amount of funding available to an Auzenne Scholarship
Scholars Program offers aid to students who are pursing
projects of their own initiation that contribute to their activity as
scholars, for example, the presentation of a paper at a scholarly
conference. These are one-time modest awards to cover costs associated
with these sorts of scholarly activities.
has made some graduate funding available directly through the various graduate
programs for eligible students in those programs. Such MBA program opportunities usually take
one of the following forms1:
The Graduate Teaching Assistant (GTA) works in consultation
with the course faculty member and Departmental Office Manager to gain teaching
skills and an increased understanding of the discipline. GTAs work under the direct supervision of
graduate faculty and will be assigned to duties related to instruction for
about 16-20 hours of work per week in the Coggin business departments. These include teaching-related activities
such as assisting in the preparation of lectures and exams, grading papers and
exams, leading Breakout Group discussion sections, designing assignments, maintaining
student contact and keeping class records and attendance. The position provides a partial
stipend/tuition waiver and an hourly salary.
Candidates should demonstrate potential for teaching and research and
the ability to mentor undergraduate students.
Positions are filled from applications submitted to the MBA advisor.
Once hired, the GTA must meet ongoing expectations during
the academic year in order to maintain the GTA position and its accompanying
financial award. The conditions are as follows:
The Graduate Assistant (GA) duties involve assisting
in/working on research projects with faculty members. The GA will work in consultation with the
Departmental Office Manager and under the direct supervision of graduate
faculty and will be assigned to duties for about 10-15 hours per week in the
department. The GA will be paid at an
hourly rate for their work. The GA will
receive stipend/tuition assistance for the semester and an hourly salary for
the time worked. Positions are filled
from applications submitted to the MBA advisor.
1The availability of funding at the department/program level is variable
depending on budget conditions in the state and at the university. These opportunities are not guaranteed,
though the MBA program has typically had at least one Graduate Teaching Assistant
or Graduate Research Assistant position available on a competitive basis.
far the most accessible form of funding for graduate students, subsidized and
unsubsidized student loans are available from the One-Stop Student Services
office. Below are some tips to get you started.
1. Getting Started
2. Degree Requirements
3. Financial Support
4. Policies & Procedures
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