The Financial Aid Department's page contains useful information on funding your college degree and various resources.
Graduate students in good academic standing can apply for Assistantships that occur in departments and offices across the campus. These assistantships cover tuition up to a certain number of hours per semester and year, and also include a stipend that varies depending on the assistantship type and department.
Inquire or submit Online Application packet to:
Office of Research and Graduate Studies
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