Scholarships are awarded on a competitive basis to students who do not have TA or RA support, but who are academically qualified. The recipients usually receive a $1000 scholarship. Students in thesis and non-thesis programs are eligible. Once again, it is desirable to have a positive recommendation from a faculty member.
Scholarships are not awarded simply on the basis that the student requires financial assistance.
Students who are not supported by the Department may be able to find various types of employment on campus, but such arrangements are up to the students to investigate if they so choose.
Scholarships awarded to students are depending on availability of funds received by the Department.