Graduate Student Funding
The Graduate School's funding web page is a good resource for funding sources. These are fellowships that have traditionally been available to graduate students.
Frederick N. Andrews Fellowship - The Andrews Fellowships are for the recruitment of outstanding Ph.D.-track students to graduate programs at Purdue University. Each fellowship provides a four-year award package to the fellow.
Charles C. Chappelle Graduate Fellowship - The Charles C. Chappelle Fellowship was established to provide fellowship support to students with undergraduate degrees from Purdue for the furtherance of post-graduate research at Purdue University.
Bilsland Dissertation Fellowship - This fellowship was established to provide support to outstanding Ph.D. candidates in their final year of writing. It is expected that the doctoral degree will be awarded at the conclusion of the fellowship year.
David M. Knox Fellowship - The David M. Knox Fellowship is a one-year award to enhance the diversity of the graduate student body through the recruitment of students from diverse backgrounds with diverse views and experiences.
Lynn Fellowship - The Lynn Fellowship is intended to recruit outstanding students to interdisciplinary graduate programs at Purdue University.
Purdue Doctoral Fellowship - This fellowship is a two-year award to enhance the diversity of the graduate student body through the recruitment of students from diverse backgrounds with diverse views and experiences.
Graduate Assistantships - The purpose of these assistantships is to support study and research in all graduate fields.
Stipend: $1,415 minimum to $1,445 maximum per month for half-time teaching assistantship
Tuition and Fees: Tuition remitted; some fees remitted
To Whom to Apply: Department
Method of Selection: Determined by department