Institutional Scholarships and Fellowships
Sul Ross offers a variety of scholarships, many of which are available to graduate students. The application deadline for most scholarships is March 10 for the following academic year and you must apply each year for which you need aid. Visit the Financial Aid scholarship page for SRSU-specific scholarships that you may qualify for and for application instructions. The Graduate Student Center administers a Graduate Student Scholarship and Fellowship program for graduate students with unmet financial need here at Sul Ross State University. Applications are accepted in February and March of each year. Visit the Graduate Student Scholarship and Fellowship website for more information.
Institutional Need-Based Grants
Graduate students with financial need are eligible for need based grants awarded by Sul Ross State University. Eligibility is determined by data obtained from the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) and awards are made to eligible students on a first come, first served basis beginning in mid to late March for the following academic year. Awards are made continually until funds run out, so it is extremely important to complete the FAFSA as soon after January 1 as possible. Visit the "How To Apply" page maintained by the Financial Aid Office for detailed information.
Various departments at Sul Ross offer graduate assistantships to students. They are competitive, and vary by department. Consult with your advisor about the availability of assistantships in your department.
The college work-study program provides part time jobs to eligible students with financial need. Eligibility is determined by data obtained from the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) and the award is considered part of your total financial aid package. Visit the "How To Apply" page maintained by the Financial Aid Office for detailed information. If you are work-study eligible, look for work-study positions and application instructions on the Career Services website.