There are a number of sources of financial aid that are available to you at Sonoma State University. Spend a few minutes checking out the following web pages to see if you qualify.
- University Scholarships Program
- University Scholarship Program Scholarships Sonoma State University offers several scholarship programs. The merit-based University Scholarship Program is the largest one, requiring a single application packet. The application packet consists of a narrative, three letters of recommendation, transcripts, and the application. You must be an applicant, already accepted, or a current student at SSU in order to apply for a university scholarship. The application period begins in November for the next academic year. The deadline to submit the materials is January 15 each year.
- Financial Aid Office
- Check out the list of available sources of additional aid.
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Various organizations and agencies provide specific opportunities for research. Many exist, listed are those known to be available for Masters students.
- National Science Fountation Graduate Research Fellowships - Includes a $30,000 stipend for 12 months, $10,500 cost of education allowance, and an allowance for intenational research travel.
- Oak Ridge Institute for Science and Education - A collaborative effort among accredited U.S. colleges and universities and the federal government. Multiple opportunities exist for scholarships and research training opportunities
- Robert and Patricia Switzer Foundation
- Rocky Mountain Nature Conservancy