Nominate graduate students for 2020-21 Graduate College awards! Each program is invited to nominate up to five students for each award.
Interdisciplinary Enrichment Fellowship (IEF) — A highly competitive, merit-based award to support recruitment and professional development of outstanding incoming underrepresented masters and doctoral students enrolling in a campus immersion degree program. Award covers two years of funding. All applications are reviewed by a faculty review committee and selected based on the nominee’s academic strength and scholarly promise, ability to add diversity, and their demonstrated design mindset (as outlined on website and application).
- Recipients receive the following in their first year of study:
- From the Graduate College — $8550 Enrichment award/semester, full tuition coverage (resident/non-resident/international)
- From academic unit — Student Health Insurance coverage
- In their second year, the academic unit must provide at least a 50% TA or RA position (at the department standard program rate) or similar funding
Graduate College Completion Fellowship — A merit-based award to support degree completion of outstanding graduate students enrolled in one credit for their last semester or last year of a doctoral, MFA or other terminal degree immersion (on-campus) program. This is a competitive fellowship award, all applications are reviewed by a faculty review committee and selected based on the significance and impact of a students’ research/work and strong support from the chair and department. Students can be nominated for the entire academic year or a single semester depending on their personal academic plan.
- Recipients receive the following:
- From the Graduate College – $8500 Enrichment award/semester, 1 credit tuition award (resident/non-resident/international)
- From academic unit – Student Health Insurance coverage
Graduate College Fellowship (please read update below) — The Graduate College Fellowship (GCF) is a need-based award to support new and continuing masters and doctoral students with financial need as determined by information taken from the FAFSA. The GCF is intended to support in recruitment and retention of outstanding graduate students at Arizona State University. Students can be nominated for the entire academic year or a single semester in this cycle, but must have a FAFSA on file by March 1, 2020, in order to be eligible.
- Recipients may be awarded up to $5000 per semester
IMPORTANT UPDATE: In order to better identify students with demonstrated financial need, we have updated this process. We recommend that academic units reach out to all potential and current graduate students ensuring that they complete the FAFSA by February 14, 2020 (if they have not already). The following week, the Graduate College will provide a list to each unit (via Graduate Chairs & Directors) of students who have been determined to have financial need based on their FAFSA. Units can use this list to nominate students who qualify for this funding.
If you have any questions please feel free to email the Graduate College at email@example.com.