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- Scholarships from the College of Family and Consumer Sciences
- The department nominates the most highly qualified students for scholarships from the Graduate School
- A select number of students receive assistantships, which requires 13 to 20 hours/week of work for the department, such as in teaching, research, and outreach.
- Assistantships pay $14,000 to $30,000 annually, depending on degree objective (MS vs PhD), weekly hours worked, and 9 or 12 month appointment.
- Tuition is waived to $25 for students who do receive assistantships but fees must be paid of about $1,400 annually.
- Selection of recipients for assistantships is merit-based with priority given to PhD students and those who apply by the December deadline.
- The department nominates the most highly qualified applicants for assistantships and awards from the Graduate School.