The Office of Financial Aid can help most students of the Volgenau School of Engineering find ways to finance their education through grants, loans, scholarships and work study.
Graduate Research Assistantships and Graduate Teaching Assistantships
The Computing Resources department in Volgenau School of Engineering supports the student, faculty, and administrative computing needs within the school. A select group of graduate students is hired in graduate teaching assistant positions to assist the full time professional staff in building and maintaining these systems and providing support to the user community. The school operates a heterogeneous computing environment and student workers are given challenging opportunities to work with this technology.
Students interested in working for Computing Resources should submit their resume detailing work experience administering and supporting Linux, Unix, or Windows workstations or servers. Students with database and application server experience are also needed. Send resumes with a cover note to Jonathan Goldman
Office of Graduate Fellowships
Graduate fellowships are awards that provide support to master's and doctoral students for research, writing, fieldwork, language study, professional development, or independent projects undertaken in conjunction with a degree program.