Financial Aid and Assistantships
Most graduate students receive financial aid in the form of 40-percent-time assistantships.
All students on assistantship receive out-of-state tuition waivers and in-state fee reductions. Reduced in-state tuition and incidental fees amount to approximately $1,100 per semester. Visit the bursar’s page for additional information on these fees.
In addition, all graduate students with graduate assistantships are required to enroll in a mandatory health insurance that is partially subsidized by the university. View additional information on health insurance on the University Health Center web page.
Ph.D. Assistantship to Quantify Soil Health Benefits of a Living Mulch Cropping System
Masters or Ph.D. Graduate Research Assistantship in Weed Science (available May, 2019 or August, 2019)
M.S. or Ph.D. Student Assistantship in Digital Soil Mapping (available January, 2019 or August, 2019)
Master’s Level National Needs Fellowship in Sustainable Food Systems (available August, 2019)
Ph.D. Assistant in Pasture and Forage Weed Science