College of Graduate Studies and Research
- Davis College of Business and Education
- College of Education and Human Development
- College of Graduate Studies and Research
- Waldron College of Health and Human Services
- College of Humanities and Behavioral Sciences
- Artis College of Science and Technology
- College of Visual and Performing Arts
- Other Offices and Departments
- English Graduate Programs
- Master of Criminal Justice
- Master of Business Administration
- Occupational Therapy Doctorate
- M.S. in Strategic Communication
- Counselor Education
- Doctor of Physical Therapy
- MFA in Design Thinking
- Health Sciences Dual Degree Track (MS to DHSC)
- Master's Degrees in Music
- MFA in Studio Art
- Master's of Occupational Therapy
- Teacher Education & Leadership
- Master of Social Work
- Doctor of Nursing Practice
- Master of Science in Nursing Administration
- Physician Assistant
- Doctor of Health Sciences
- Family Nurse Practitioner
- Master of Healthcare Administration
- Master of Science in Health Sciences
- MS in Data And Information Management
Graduate Teaching Fellowships
In-state first-year Graduate Teaching Assistants receive a full tuition waiver for 9 graduate credit hours (the typical course load) each semester and a $10,000 stipend per year.
In-state second-year GTFs receive a full tuition waiver for 9 graduate credit hours (the typical course load) each semester and an $11,000 stipend per year.
The program offers a limited number of full tuition waivers and stipends for out-of-state students. Please contact Amanda Kellogg, Ph.D., Graduate Program Director, or Frank Napolitano, Ph.D., GTF Mentoring Program Coordinator, for more information.
The admissions requirements page has additional information on applying for a GTF opportunity.
In addition to Graduate Teaching Fellowships, the English Department has a limited number of non-teaching Graduate Assistantships available for work in the English department and for other departments on campus. The stipend for GAs is $9,000 a year.
Every year, the Graduate College provides professional development awards to help Graduate students travel to present at conferences or conduct reasearch. This year, students from our program received funding to travel both nationally and internationally to present at conferences including the American Men's Studies Association Conference; the College English Association Conference; the James Joyce Italian Foundation Conference in Rome; and the Reading and Writing in the Twenty-First Century Literary Studies Classroom Conference in Australia.