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If you have a strong academic record, are highly motivated and have an unwavering commitment to hard work, UB delivers an exceptional personal, professional and financial return.
To enhance the University at Buffalo's already competitive tuition, we award scholarships, fellowships and assistantships for outstanding, highly motivated students. All awards are merit-based and may be funded for full or partial tuition.
In addition to those listed below, there are numerous other scholarships and fellowships available for highly qualified graduate students. Visit The Graduate School's website for more information.
UB graduate students are eligible to receive an award of up to $34,000 through the CyberCorps: Scholarships for Service program funded by the National Science Foundation.
The Arthur A. Schomburg Fellowship is awarded to high-achieving, underrepresented minority applicants. Eligible applicants must be U.S. citizens or permanent residents, be enrolled full time in the UB MS MIS program, and at enrollment have a cumulative undergraduate GPA minimum of 3.0. All eligible students are considered for the fellowship, which consists of a tuition award and stipend valued at $23,500.
A six-time Paralympian with six medals, Robert Balk, BS ’88, is the former chairperson of the International Paralympic Committee’s (IPC) Athletes’ Council, and a former member of the IPC Governing Board, the International Olympic Committee’s Athletes Commission, and the U.S. Olympic Committee’s Athletes Advisory Council. Professionally, Balk is a venture capital investor, entrepreneur and corporate executive.
Graduate student, teaching and research assistantships are offered each year in a competitive process to a select number of qualified full-time students. Students assist with school or university administration, teaching or undertake research with faculty members. Although responsibilities vary by assignment, assistants generally work 20 hours per week. Graduate and teaching assistants receive a stipend plus a tuition scholarship.
Visit the Office of Financial Aid for details and information on UB financial aid programs.
The State University of New York at Buffalo works diligently to ensure that its officers, employees and agents avoid conflicts of interest in connection with their responsibilities relating to providing and administering student loans for our students. These links are provided for informational purposes only and do not imply any endorsement.
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For priority consideration for scholarships, fellowships and assistantships, submit your completed application by November 15.