Financial Information

Program Costs

Current information about tuition and fees may be obtained from the Office of Student Accounts. For more information, visit:

Research and Teaching Assistantships

Graduate assistantships are available for qualified students through the Graduate School. Recipients of these assistantships serve as research assistants or teaching assistants. Application forms and specific requirements for assistantships may be obtained in the Graduate School or by visiting:

McNiece Doctoral Fellowships

The award(s) may be made for all or a portion of the recipient’s costs for conducting and disseminating his or her research. All research using human subjects must be approved by the institution’s IRB before funds can be released. The grant is designed to facilitate research activities of doctoral students and should have particular relevance in public sector leadership and in enhancing human and community capabilities. The deadline to apply is February 1. For more information see¬†McNiece Doctoral Fellowship Grant Announcement and McNiece Doctoral Research Fellowship Fund Guidelines.

Financial Assistance

Students receiving graduate assistantships and other forms of financial aid need to contact the Financial Aid Office to determine their combined financial package. Information about other forms of financial aid, including loans, can also be obtained from the Financial Aid Office, located in Harrin Hall 200. For more information, visit: or call 501.450.3140.

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