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This merit-based fellowship is intended to support recruitment of outstanding new underrepresented* students enrolled in an immersion (on-campus) graduate program, beginning their 1st year of graduate school. The fellowship will:
*This may include individual circumstances of an exceptional nature and inadequately represented in their field of study; including socioeconomic background; first generation college students, and minority student populations. First generation college students are individuals whose parent(s) or other immediate family (i.e., parents and siblings) as well as extended family (i.e., grandparents, aunts, uncles, cousins, etc.) have not earned a bachelor's or postsecondary education degree.
Graduate College actively engages in programs that support recruitment, retention and professional development of graduate students at Arizona State University. Students must be nominated by their admitting academic unit.
Wednesday, January 17, 2018
Monday, February 12, 2018 (BOTH dates are for new fall admissions Fall 2018 - Spring 2019)
Note: Schools should submit no more than five ranked nominations.
Note: No fees are covered as part of this fellowship, including mandatory program fees.
The Graduate Faculty Program Director or designee electronically submits a completed Interdisciplinary Enrichment Fellowship (IEF) nomination form to firstname.lastname@example.org. Along with completed nomination form, please provide:
When submitting the documents, please type the name of the award and student’s last name in the subject line heading. For example: IEF – Smith
Once all documents have been submitted, please allow 72 hours for document review and confirmation email from the graduate education office. If, after 72 hours, you have not received an email confirmation of nomination, please telephone 480-965-3530.
The number of applications received will determine the turn-around time for awardee announcement. Once awardees have been selected, departments will be notified by email.
Each fellow is personally responsible for individual taxes related to this award. Additional information regarding tax issues related to awards can be found at tax considerations. Specific questions should be directed to a tax advisor or contact the ASU Financial Aid and Scholarship Services.
An "overaward" is when a student’s need based awards exceed his/her financial need, or the total of the awards exceeds the cost of attendance. If a student has been overawarded, federal regulations require ASU to adjust his/her awards which may result in a reduction in awards or a bill. Need based aid include grants, scholarships, Federal Work-Study, Federal Perkins Loans, and outside resources (i.e. faculty/staff tuition benefits, scholarships, stipends, etc.). Non-need based aid includes unsubsidized Federal Stafford Loans, Federal Graduate PLUS Loans and Private Education Loans. Questions regarding overawards should be directed to the ASU Financial Aid and Scholarship Services.