Your success at obtaining scholarships can depend on your ability to meet deadlines, fill out applications correctly and/or getting nominated for scholarships. Lucky for you, as a college graduate, you're good at that. Scholarships for graduate students can come from several sources.
The following scholarships are administered by the Graduate School. In most cases, nominations must be submitted by academic unit administration. You may review the following list for details and eligibility and then contact your major professor or academic unit for consideration.
Office of Student Access and Completion (OSAC) administers more than 600 scholarship programs and awards more than $18 million scholarships annually. You don't need to be a merit scholar or a student with financial needs to apply. We combed through their scholarship catalog and found the following graduate scholarships and grants. OSAC scholarship application deadline is March 1.