Reference collection, 1st floor
Use the links provided to access library catalog records for print materials. Links noted as "eBook" will take you directly to the electronic content.
REF (reference) materials are located on the 1st floor of the library.
Ask at the Circulation Desk on the first floor of the library.
Many graduate students finance their studies by obtaining graduate assistantships or fellowships. Typically, both assistantships and fellowships are highly competitive and recipients tend to have high undergraduate GPAs and graduate examination scores, write strong personal statements, and have excellent references.
Assistantships are typically offered by the admitting institution and often take the form of either a TA (teaching assistant) or RA (research assistant). Most assistantships cover tuition costs and pay a variable stipend in exchange for work provided. Most graduate program websites contain detailed information about the types of assistantships offered.
In contrast, fellowships typically do not have work requirements and may be either portable (not tied to the college/university) or institutional. Gradschools.com provides a very informative article on graduate fellowships.