In general, financial assistance for graduate students comes from the Graduate School, the Department or program, or from the Office of Student Financial Aid. Financial support may be in the form of teaching and research assistantships, traineeships, tuition, fees and/or stipend. The following information lists the different sources available.
Graduate School Financial Assistance and Support
Graduate School Assistantships
McNair Graduate Fellowship Award
Martin Luther King Jr. Scholarship
Student Assistance is offered through the Office of Student Financial Services. You may be eligible for financial aid if you are enrolled at least half-time as a graduate student in a program leading to a degree at CSU. For complete information and instructions, visit the Office of Student Financial Services web page.
Other funding may be available through CEM interaction or the following sources:
Department of Health and Human Services, Division of Toxicology
Environmental Protection Agency
National Institutes of Health, Environmental Health and Toxicology
National Science Foundation
The National Toxicology Program