Title III Fellows

As a part of the Higher Education Act of 1965 (and related amendments), Title III is a federal program that provides aid intended to equalize educational opportunity for disadvantaged and underrepresented students. In order to be eligible for financial aid through Title III, a student must:

  1. be unconditionally admitted to an eligible graduate program, including Bioenvironmental Science, Bioinformatics, Engineering, Math Education, Public Health or Science Education;
  2. be nominated by the Chairperson (or Graduate Coordinator) of their major and/ or the Dean of the School of Graduate Studies; and
  3. maintain a minimum GPA of 3.0 or the minimum GPA of the student's graduate program, whichever is higher.

Requirements for Title III Funding

Title III is a federal program that provides aid intended to equalize educational opportunity for disadvantaged students...


 

Financial Aid Application

Depending upon available resources and criteria for eligibility, graduate students may receive financial aid in the form of tuition awards, graduate assistantships including teaching assistantships (TAs), research assistantships (RAs), fellowships, scholarships, work study and loans.


 

Graduate Application Checklist

Checklist for Title III Graduate School Application


 

Title III Programs

Listing of Title III Programs