With support from UNF's Transformational Learning Opportunities (TLO) program, the Graduate School offers a limited number of grants each semester to graduate students pursuing experiences that are potentially transformative, both for advancing their scholarship and creativity and for expanding their future career opportunities.
Students may apply for the grant of $600 in one of two categories:
To qualify, applicants must meet all of the following requirements when they apply, which must also be maintained during the semester in which the grant funds are disbursed:
To be considered for this award, the completed application must be:
The deadline is always exactly two weeks prior to the final withdrawal deadline of each term.
This grant is
awarded on a first come, first service basis. Funding
is extremely limited and applications may close prior to the deadline.
Applications for the current term and subsequent term may be emailed to the Graduate School on or after the first day of classes of the current term.
Applications submitted more than one term in advance will be denied.
The Graduate School Grant provides financial means for graduate programs to recruit high caliber students. Graduate programs should use these funds to recruit prospective students who exhibit commendable academic merit and the highest financial need, or who otherwise make a significant contribution to the program of study. This grant awards first time graduate students with a total of $5,000 each academic year (split between fall and spring semesters) and can be awarded for up to two years as long as the student remains eligible. Thus, students who qualify will be granted a $10,000 award for their graduate education. Students moved from the waitlist may only be eligible to receive the Graduate School Grant for one academic year, and granted a $5000 award for their graduate education.
To be eligible for the grant, applicants must meet all of the following requirements:
To be considered for this award, prospective students must have a grant application and an admissions application submitted by the posted deadline below. The student’s admissions application does not need to be complete to be considered for the grant.
Deadline to submit application: March 5, 2021
The Auzenne Fellowship is designed to assist Florida's State Universities in increasing the enrollment of students who are enrolled in graduate study in disciplines in which there is under-representation. Under this program, graduate students are nominated to receive awards of $5,000 each ($2,500 per semester; fall/spring or both) for year-long, full-time study. Awards will not be granted to the same Auzenne Fellows for more than two academic years for those in Master's programs or four academic years for doctoral students. Students who were awarded previously and are eligible to renew need to submit a new application (supplemental documents do not need to be submitted).
To be eligible, students must meet all of the following criteria:
The Jim and Millie Milligan Family Foundation Presidential Fellowship is a fellowship awarded to outstanding University of North Florida graduate students. Eligible students must meet graduate admission requirements and be accepted to the University of North Florida, earn and maintain a cumulative GPA of at least 3.00, and be enrolled full-time (9 credit hours).
The Graduate School will administer an application and selection process. The Provost, through the Graduate School, will identify and recommend a nominee to the President. For the 2021-2022 academic year, fellowship recipient(s) will receive an award in the amount of $5,000.
To be eligible for the fellowship, applicants must meet all of the following requirements:
Deadline to submit application through UNF Academic Works
June 25, 2021
Deadline for Graduate Program Directors to submit nominations to the Graduate School:
June 29, 2021
The Key Bradbury STEM Fellowship provides financial means for graduate programs to recruit high caliber students. Graduate programs should use these funds to recruit prospective students who exhibit commendable academic merit and a history of leadership. This fellowship awards first time graduate students with a total of $10,000 each academic year (split between fall and spring semesters) and is awarded for up to two years as long as the student remains eligible. Thus, students who qualify will be granted a $20,000 scholarship for their graduate education.
To be eligible for the scholarship, applicants must meet all of the following requirements:
To be considered for
this award, applicants must:
Deadline to submit application: Not accepting applications for the 2021-2022 academic year