Suffolk University Graduate Fellowships
March 01, 2023
- Scholarship Description
Suffolk University Graduate Fellowships consist of a grant and employment award. The recipient may not reject the employment portion of the award and keep the grant portion. Students must work their required weekly hours or risk having the grant reduced or revoked. The grant portion of the award is directly credited to the recipient’s tuition account; the employment award is paid through bi-weekly paychecks. Fellowships are only awarded for the fall and spring semesters; summer funding is not available. In order to begin working, additional employment paperwork must be completed (including authorization, I-9, W-4, direct deposit form, etc.).
Fellowships are typically renewable for up to four full-time semesters, provided the recipient meets the renewal requirements (e.g., satisfactory job performance, academic progress, enrollment status, etc.). A student may only accept one fellowship, and all students are limited to a maximum of 20 hours of employment per week. If a student receives a CAS merit grant and a full-time Administrative fellowship, the CAS grant will be reduced by 50%. If a student receives a CAS merit grant and a part-time Administrative fellowship, the CAS grant will be reduced by 25%. SBS Graduate Grants may be impacted if the recipient is awarded an Administrative Fellowship. For more information or to apply, please visit the provider's website.