Graduate Financial Assistance Application (PDF version or Online version) - Available for students pursuing a Master's or Doctoral degree.
Submit a completed Graduate Financial Assistance Application and meet all eligibility requirements by April 1st.
Assistantship - Awards $15,000 per academic year for a 9-month term (part-time work/20 hours per week).
Assistantship Eligibility Requirements:
Fellowship - Awards up to $4,000 per academic year for 10 hours of part-time work per week.
($2,000 each Fall and Spring semester)
Scholarship - Awards up to $2,000 per academic year ($1,000 each Fall and Spring semester).
Fellowship and Scholarship Eligibility Requirements:
Graduate Student Travel Reimbursement - Available for students who have actively participated in a conference/meeting for professional development related to their academic pursuits at TAMIU. Must submit a completed Graduate Student Travel Reimbursement Form (with all required approvals/signatures), Travel Liability Waiver Form and meet all eligibility requirements.
Dr. Jerry Thompson Travel Scholarship - Available for students who are enrolled in the Master of Arts in History and Political Thought program at TAMIU. Scholarship funding can only be used for research related travel expenses. Scholarship amount varies by student's travel needs. Application is avaliable online.
Business Fellowship - The A.R. Sanchez, Jr. School of Business is making available Fellowship grants to qualified students pursuing a Master’s degree from the A.R. Sanchez, Jr. School of Business: Master of Business Administration (MBA); Master of Science-Information Systems (MS-IS); and Masters of Professional Accountancy (MPAcc). The duration of each Fellowship is for one consecutive year.
For requirements & application, visit the Graduate Business Fellowship page.
Other Funding Opportunities
National Science Foundation
The Paul & Daisy Soros Fellowships For New Americans
Phi Kappa Phi Fellowships & Grants
NEH Summer Programs for School & College Educators
The Pathways to the Doctorate is a program dedicated to increasing the number, quality, and diversity of Master's and doctoral graduates across all disciplines within The Texas A&M University System. Consisting of nine universities as well as the Health Science Center, the System spans the State of Texas. This enables the System to recruit top students from a variety of geographical, socio-economic, racial, ethnic, and cultural environments. The Pathways to the Doctorate is one approach to Closing the Gaps Program in Texas. The goal of the Pathways to the Doctorate Program is to attract high achieving students within The Texas A&M University System to pursue careers in higher education. This program will help produce some of the next generation of faculty. Through a variety of activities such as seminars and workshops, inter-institutional exchange programs, a mentoring program and an annual research symposium with System-wide participation.