Additional Sources of Funding
The academic activity of the City University of New York expands far beyond the boundaries of the Graduate Center. As such, many Graduate Center students benefit from adjunct teaching positions and research assistantships on other campuses within CUNY or under the auspices of faculty-sponsored research grants. Executive Officers can assist students in locating these opportunities.
A significant number of students also find support through external funding sources such as private foundations, unions, and government agencies. The list of external funding sources available to graduate students is extensive.
Other considerations include:
- If you or your parents are employed ask your company or labor union if it has a tuition reimbursement program.
- Check to see if the church or community organization you or your parents belong to has an educational grant or scholarship program.
- If you are a veteran of the U.S. Armed Forces or the child of a veteran, you may be eligible for veterans' educational benefits. Learn about your eligibility for these benefits at the Veterans Administration GI bill website.
- Vocational and Educational Services for individuals with Disabilities (VESID) is a NYS government office that provides a variety of educationally related services and some financial assistance for eligible students.
The Office of Research and Sponsored Programs, which is the Graduate Center's official liaison for grant-funded scholarship (for both faculty and students), provides a comprehensive catalog of the vast number of privately funded fellowships available to graduate students. In addition, the Offie of Student Affairs conducts periodic counseling workshops on applying for external fellowships and makes application materials available for some of the major grants. Graduate Center students regularly apply for external grants, including the Fulbright U.S. stuent program, National Science Foundation, Ford Foundation, and many others.
The Teacher Education Assistance for College and Higher Education (TEACH) Grant Program that provides grants up to $4,000 per year for to students who intend to teach in a public or private elementary or secondary school that serves students from low-income families. The TEACH Grants will be awarded to eligible graduate students. The aggregate maximum amount is $8000 for graduate students.
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