Funding for Graduate Students
Texas Tech University prides itself on providing a high-quality, yet affordable, education to graduate students. There are a variety financial aid options available to graduate students, including scholarships, fellowships, grants, loans (some even interest-free), and work-study.
Graduate & Postdoctoral Fellowships
The Office of Graduate and Postdoctoral Fellowships (OGPF) coordinates the application and award of all fellowships available through The Graduate School. Learn More.
Helen DeVitt Jones Fellowship
Learn more about and apply to the Helen DeVitt Jones Fellowship.
A graduate student in an institution of higher education employed in support of the research mission of the unit, its director or faculty, in laboratory, field, or computer work, or such other activities as may assist the unit's research effort. Learn More.
Spring 2020 College of Education Graduate Student Scholarship
This scholarship will apply to the Spring semester only, and is open to all College of Education graduate students enrolled in 6 or more hours who do not already have other University funding (such as an RA appointment, University fellowship, etc.).
Please click here to be directed to the application: https://educdatateam.ttu.edu/forms/FellowshipApply/Fellowship.aspx
Applications are due by noon, November 22nd. Those who are selected will receive an email notification by December 3rd to the email provided during application. For questions, please email email@example.com.
Graduate School Scholarships
There is only one application for all student initiated Graduate School Scholarships and Fellowships. Deadlines are in the spring of each year for awards for the upcoming fall and spring semesters. Visit the Graduate School website for a complete listing of Graduate School scholarships/fellowships, requirements and award amounts.