The Office of Fellowships and Community Engagement (OFCE) assists graduate students in searching and applying for funding outside of the UA. OFCE provides a monthly newsletter with current funding opportunities and advice on applying for funding.
The Oxford-Agnese Nelms Haury Scholarship is a one-year, college-based scholarship in a Masters program at Linacre College of Oxford University. This Native American and First Nations scholarship provides support (tuition fees and living costs) for indigenous students from the United States and Canada to study for a one-year taught Masters degree at Oxford University in the United Kingdom in association with Linacre College.
MARC provides mentoring, financial, and academic opportunity for undergraduates belonging to underrepresented students in biomedical research who have an interest and potential to pursue careers in biomedical research.
For students in the College of Social and Behavioral Sciences, the Social and Behavioral Sciences Research Institute offers grants of up to $500 for PhD and Master's research activities for a Master’s thesis, publishable manuscript, or a pilot project that will support a dissertation. Allowable expenses include research-related travel and expenses, subject payment, supplies, and small equipment.
An advanced scholarship management system for students and departments at UA, Scholarship Universe helps match Wildcats to thousands of UA and non-UA opportunities.
STAR is a year-round undergraduate research and mentoring program for students who come from backgrounds underrepresented in graduate education and have interest in pursuing a research oriented graduate degree (Master’s or PhD) at UA.
The Marshall Foundation Dissertation Fellowship is intended for graduate students who are in the completion stage of their dissertation and who have exhausted all other funding resources except for loans.
This award is named in honor of Thomas P. Harlan, whose career at the Laboratory of Tree-Ring Research ran from 1957 to 2013 and included important fieldwork among the bristlecone pines of the White Mountains of California. It is a scholarship fund to support outstanding contributions by a graduate or undergraduate student working in the LTRR on research related to bristlecone pine.
This program provides six graduate fellowships per year to exceptional graduate students interested in promoting the understanding of space-related research to the public and who are studying in space sciences/engineering, public policy, earth sciences, science education, and global change-related fields.
The Udall Foundation awards scholarships to college sophomores and juniors for leadership, public service, and commitment to issues related to American Indian nations or to the environment.