Fellowships are designed for full time students needing additional support for their graduate studies. Fellowships can require experiential learning components including leadership training or community engagement. Different fellowships provide different levels of financial support.
Diversity Graduate Fellowship Program
The Diversity Graduate Fellowship Program supports full-time graduate students who are a part of the diverse student body at SUNY Oswego. The program seeks to support those who can demonstrate they have overcome a disadvantage or other impediment to succeed in higher education. The fellowship is limited to United States citizens or permanent residents. Applicants must be accepted for full-time graduate study. The award provides a full tuition scholarship and $5000 annual stipend.
Festa Graduate Leadership Fellowship
The Festa Graduate Leadership Fellowship seeks accomplished and motivated individuals who are eager to prepare for greater leadership responsibilities within their communities and professions. Applicants will propose self-designed learning experiences to help attain leadership goals that have been set. The program will expand the student’s experiences to new learning environments that would be inaccessible without the fellowship. The Fellowship award amount varies and is usually between $2500 and $5000.
The Graduate Studies Ambassador program is designed for matriculated graduate students who embody the mission of high quality graduate education and exemplify SUNY Oswego’s principles of equity, diversity, inclusion, and representation. Graduate Ambassadors will enhance the recruitment of students from diverse backgrounds to SUNY Oswego, and represent the diversity of experiences and backgrounds in the SUNY Oswego learning community. Graduate Ambassadors receive a $700 tuition scholarship per semester.
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Impact Scholars Program
This program supports students’ commitment to and capacity for sustained, informed, and deliberate community engagement. Scholars commit to working on a project that addresses a community need.