An important aspect of your decision to seek an advanced degree is financing your education. The following information outlines the different types of assistance available for students pursuing graduate study at Bowling Green State University. Information contained here is accurate as of the date of publication but is subject to change without advance notice. Contact the specific office for the most current information.
Graduate assistantships provide students with valuable professional experience that is related to their academic field, giving the student both applied experience and financial support. While the assistantship is a vital experience to many students’ academic careers, the duties associated with the assistantship should not interfere unduly with the student’s academic studies. Rather, it should complement and enhance the students' intellectual growth and professional goals. Graduate assistantships are considered a form of financial support to assist students complete graduate school, and therefore may come in the form of both tuition scholarship and/or stipend.
- Peace Corps Coverdell Fellows Program
- Winifred O. Stone Graduate Student Award
- Presidential Graduate Diversity Scholarship
- Katzner Graduate Student Research and Professional Development Award
- Graduate Student Teaching Award
- Distinguished Thesis Award
- Distinguished Dissertation Award