Ohio Regents Graduate/Professional Fellowship Program
The Ohio Regents Graduate/Professional Fellowship Program provides merit-based financial assistance to Ohio baccalaureate graduates who enroll for graduate or professional study at participating Ohio colleges and universities.
Students are nominated by their undergraduate colleges and universities on the basis of evidence which indicates strong academic achievement and a high potential to succeed in a graduate or professional program of study. Generally, at least one Regents Graduate/Professional Fellowship is awarded to a student from each nominating undergraduate institution.
Interested students should contact a college Financial Aid Office, the college/university graduate facility or the Ohio Board of Regents State Grants and Scholarships Department.
For more information, please visit http://regents.ohio.gov/sgs/fellowship/
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