Graduate Fellow Interview Day
Information about Administrative Fellowships
The University has many kinds of fellowships available for graduate students. As an Administrative Fellow, you will receive an annual scholarship and work stipend combination of $13,400 ($7,200 in grants, $6,200 in employment). The work year typically begins no earlier than the first day of class in September and ends the last day of the spring semester.
Please note that students are only able to accept one fellowship total. Fellowships on campus include—but are not limited to—Administrative Fellowships, CAS fellowships, and SBS fellowships.
CAS and SBS Fellowship placements follow their own application processes and deadlines, separate from the process for an Administrative Fellowship.
If you were awarded a CAS or SBS Fellowship, you would have to forgo your award in place of these Administrative Fellowships. If you have already been awarded a CAS or SBS fellowship and are not interested in applying for an Administrative Fellowship role, please follow the original instructions you received in your financial aid letter regarding your fellowship placement. Additionally, students enrolled in the Law School or PhD program are not eligible for Administrative Fellowships.
Application Process and Deadlines
Applications are now closed for the Fall 2021-Spring 2022 cycle. Applicants will be notified the week of May 3rd as to which, if any, offices would like to interview you.
Candidate applications will be reviewed, and candidates will be invited to interview (via Zoom) on Graduate Fellow Interview Day, set for Monday, May 10th. Applicants will be sent an interview schedule and information on who they will interview with prior to Graduate Fellow Interview Day.
Questions can be sent to Casey Mulcare, Associate Director, Student Leadership and Involvement.