SCHOLARSHIPS & FELLOWSHIPS
There are many foundations, societies and government agencies that offer funding opportunities for graduate students. A few notable external fellowship opportunities are provided in the Find Opportunities section of this page. The list is by no means comprehensive, so we encourage you to search for additional funding opportunities as well.
GEORGIA STATE SCHOLARSHIPS, FELLOWSHIPS & ASSISTANTSHIPS
There are many funding opportunities for graduate students across the Georgia State community. Resources to assist you in finding the right opportunity are provided in the Find Opportunity section of this page.
Provost's Dissertation Fellowships
Doctoral students with an approved dissertation project are eligible to apply for a monthly stipend of $2,000 for dissertation completion. Students must be in their final year and must collaborate with their dissertation adviser to develop an application that presents a realistic and comprehensive plan composed of measurable monthly goals. Once a semester, advisers will submit a report on the students' progress and give an explanation of any deviation from the monthly goals.
Prospective students should request information or start an application to learn more about potential opportunities available upon acceptance.
Newly Accepted & Current Students
Why apply for a national scholarship or fellowship?
Competitive fellowships provide valuable financial support and the prestige associated with these awards can boost your career.
Where to begin?
- Search for fellowships on this page and in other databases offered in the Find Funding section.
- Identify scholarships and fellowships that interest you and determine your eligibility.
- Visit award websites to confirm eligibility and become familiar with the application process.
- Once you have found a fellowship that is a good fit, reach out to the Fellowships Adviser for support on your application ([email protected]).