Funding and Aid
Graduate College Tuition Waivers
Graduate Teaching and Research Assistants with a 0.50 FTE appointment total (or greater) appointment and who meet certain enrollment requirements are eligible for a tuition waiver and basic student health insurance.
Scholarships and Travel & Research Grants
Current OU graduate students have access to four major resources of travel and research funding, including the Robberson Travel and Research Grant (offered through the Graduate College), Graduate Student Senate (GSS) Research and Conference Grants, and scholarships and grants offered by specific colleges and departments.
The Graduate College offers funding opportunities to over 200 fellows through Alumni Fellowship, Foundation Fellowship, Hoving Fellowship, Hudson Fellowship, and McNair Fellowship.
More information on eligibility criteria, description and deadlines...
The Office of Financial Aid Services awards and monitors all federal and need-based awards. The financial aid is available to students through scholarships, grants and tuition waivers, and loans. For additional information on financial aid programs and application information, visit the Financial Aid Services Web site.
Funding Opportunities for Graduate Students
Offers information on McNair Scholars Program, National Science Foundation funding opportunities, and links to the Community of Science that provides the most comprehensive source of funding information available on the Web, with more than 24,000 records, representing over 400,000 funding opportunities.
Center for Research Program Development and Enrichment (CRPDE)
CRPDE was established to assist OU faculty, research scientists, postdocs and students in their efforts to build strong and competitive programs for research, scholarship and creative activities. The Center helps to identify funding opportunities for research projects and assist with the development of proposals for external funding.