The Department of Criminology, Law and Society was awarded special university funding to support advancing its doctoral program. Each year, up to three research-based Graduate Research Assistantships will be available for highly-qualified incoming doctoral students. The 20 hour/week assistantship includes a stipend, up to 18 credit hours of tuition waivers per academic year, and health insurance.
Each academic year the Provost’s Office accepts nominations from departments for the Presidential Scholars program. These opportunities are for applicants intending to pursue a doctoral degree, and can be renewed up to four years. This scholarship is a 20 hour/week Graduate Research Assistantship for the academic year. The student is awarded a stipend, up to 18 credit hours of tuition waivers per academic year, and health insurance.