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Morgan State University Scholarships

There are 6 scholarships available at Morgan State University.

Honors Scholarships

Study level

Undergraduate,Postgraduate

Eligibility requirements

These awards are available to entering freshman with high SAT scores and honors high school grade point averages.

Value details

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Teaching Assistantships

Study level

Undergraduate

Eligibility requirements

Teaching Assistantships (TAs) are available to students who possess the minimum qualifications to teach undergraduate courses. Students who are awarded Teaching Assistantships may also assist University faculty in the preparation of course materials, grading tests or other assignments, or help with laboratory instruction. The availability of Teaching Assistantships depends largely on the needs of the department and/or program in which the degree program is located or the department or program in which the student is qualified to hold an assistantship. 

Application details

Applications for Teaching Assistantships may be obtained from the office of the School of Graduate Studies.

Value details

Provide a Tuition Award up to 9 credits per semester

Graduate Fellowships

Study level

Undergraduate

Eligibility requirements

To be eligible for fellowships students must:

  • Be admitted to the School of Graduate Studies;
  • Be enrolled full-time, i.e., pursuing a minimum of 9 credits toward their degree;
  • Be nominated for the fellowship by the Chairperson (or Graduate Coordinator) of their major and/or the Dean of the School of Graduate Studies; and,
  • Maintain a minimum GPA of 3.0 or the minimum GPA of the student's graduate program, whichever is higher.

A fellowship award will be forfeited if the student falls below the minimum credits required for the fellowship; is not a continuing student (i.e., withdraws or resigns from the School of Graduate Studies for a semester or more); changes classification from full time (i.e., minimum of 9 credits) to part time (i.e., 6 credits) student; is placed on academic probation; or violates policies of the School of Graduate Studies and/or the University. Students who find it necessary to withdraw from the School of Graduate Studies for more than a semester but who expect to continue their studies at a later date should petition the Dean in writing prior to leaving for approval to return and for clarification of their admission status and eligibility for continued financial support. 
 

Value details

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Graduate Assistantships

Study level

Undergraduate,Postgraduate

Eligibility requirements

Graduate Assistantships require admission to the School of Graduate Studies and a minimum 3.0 GPA. The department or program in which the student will serve as a teaching assistant or research assistant may establish additional criteria for the receipt of an assistantship. Only Masters and Doctoral students pursuing a degree full time are eligible to receive Graduate Assistantships. Thus, graduate students must be enrolled in courses totaling 9 credits each semester. Recipients provide a minimum of twenty hours per week of appropriate professional service for the department or office to which they are assigned.

Value details

USD $16,000 for doctoral; USD $10,500 for masters

Research Assistantships

Study level

Undergraduate

Eligibility requirements

  • Vary in duration depending upon the research required and/or the source of the funding for the research;
  • Require a minimum of 20 hours of research a week.

To be eligible for graduate funding, a student must, as a minimum, be admitted to and enrolled in a graduate program and pursuing a degree on a part-time (i.e., a minimum of 6 but less than 9 credits) basis.  Graduate students who are pursuing less than 6 credits are not eligible for financial assistance unless pursuing thesis seminar or dissertation guidance.  Assistantships, fellowships, and scholarships provided by the University or by the State of Maryland may not be used to pay for auditing courses, registration for excess credit, or for miscellaneous charges such as late fees or parking tickets.

An undergraduate average of 3.0 on a 4-point scale is the minimum average considered for awards form applicants without previous graduate study. Matriculated graduate students and applicants with prior graduate study should present a 3.0 or higher (if required by department) for all graduate coursework.

Value details

Provide a Tuition Award up to 9 credits per semester

Title III Graduate Fellowships

Study level

Undergraduate,Postgraduate

Eligibility requirements

In order to be eligible for a Title III Graduate Fellowship, a student must: 

  • Be enrolled full-time (i.e., pursuing a minimum of 9 credits) in an eligible graduate program;
  • Be nominated for the fellowship by the Chairperson (or Graduate Coordinator) of their major and/or the Dean of the School of Graduate Studies; and
  • Maintain a minimum GPA of 3.0 or the minimum GPA of the student's graduate program, whichever is higher.

Value details

USD $16,000 for doctoral; USD $10,500 for masters

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