Funding for Prospective Graduate Students
Each Fall, several matching assistantships for students, Grinter Fellowships of $2,000 - $4,000, and Graduate School funding awards of $31,000 (over four years) are awarded to outstanding new students in Soil and Water Sciences. Additional or alternative funding may be available contingent upon faculty members' individual research programs (see currently available opportunities below). Application to the graduate program automatically qualifies you for funding consideration, provided you have included the Application for Assistantship with your application documents.
Distance education students are not supported by departmental or faculty funding; however, they are eligible for competitive departmental scholarships (see SWSD Scholarships below), which range between $500 and $1,000.
Funding for Current Graduate and Undergraduate Students
Each of the links below contains a vast range of competitive scholarships and awards available to current graduate or undergraduate students at the University of Florida. Take time to look through them, it may pay off!
- College of Agricultural and Life Science Awards
- Graduate School Financial Aid Bulletin Board
- National Science Foundation Graduate Research Fellowship Program (GRFP)
- UFIC Scholarship Resources
- Student Financial Affairs Scholarship Search Engine
- Student Financial Affairs Aid Programs and Academic Scholarships
- CALS Study Abroad Scholarships
- Student Loans
SWSD Scholarships and Awards:
- SWSD Graduate Student Scholarships - 2020 Deadline: Friday, October 2nd
- SWSD Undergraduate Student Scholarships - 2020 Deadline: Friday, October 16th
- Biogeochemistry Graduate Fellows Program - 2020 App Deadline: Friday, October 2nd
- 2020 George J. Hochmuth Education Award
- App Deadline: Friday, October 2nd (Graduate); Friday, October 16th (Undergraduate)
Please direct any questions regarding application to SWSD Scholarships and Award Programs to Michael Sisk, firstname.lastname@example.org