The University Graduate School Grant-in-Aid Awards

The University Graduate School offers 2 Grant-in-Aid Awards: Grant-in-Aid of Doctoral Research and Grant-in-Aid of Master’s of Fine Arts Projects.

Grant-in-Aid of Doctoral Research Award provides funding for Bloomington graduate students for unusual expenses incurred in connection with doctoral dissertation research, such as travel to special libraries or laboratories, payments to consultants, specialized equipment, and duplication of vital materials needed for writing the dissertation. Expenses that are not supported include typing and duplicating of dissertations, normal living expenses, routine laboratory supplies, and computers.

Grant-in-Aid of Master’s of Fine Arts Projects Award provides funding for Bloomington MFA students for unusual expenses incurred in connection with MFA projects, such as travel to special libraries, payments to consultants, photocopies, electronics and specialized equipment. Expenses that are not supported include normal living expenses, routine supplies, and computers.

More information about both awards, requirements, application process and deadline can be found on the University Graduate School website, Internal Awards, Grants and Other Funding Opportunities.

Please note: Applicants must submit their applications to their department for review.  Departments are required to submit the nominations.

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