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Funding & Financial Aid

The Environmental Humanities Graduate Program provides a limited number of full and partial merit-based fellowships. Funded students also receive a tuition benefit that is proportional to their level of funding (50%-100%). Please refer to the Graduate School's Tuition Benefit Program for more information regarding funding amounts, and informaton about subsidized graduate student health insurance coverage.

If you would like to be considered for funding, mark the financial assistance box when submitting your application to the program.

Equity & Diversity Funding

EH encourages applicants from underrepresented backgrounds to apply for our Equity & Diversity Fellowship. This fellowship carries all the benefits and responsibilities of our standard fellowship, and carries a larger stipend -- $20,000 per year. Please explain your interest in EH’s Equity & Diversity Fellowship on your application in the Additional Information section of the application, "Additional comments you consider pertinent/important to this application".

The University of Utah and Graduate School is committed to supporting a diverse student body.

Meaningful Work

Our students take campus jobs as part of their financial support, and those jobs train them for work after graduation while introducing them to a network of environmental thinkers. The Director of the Program assigns this work after considering students' interest and Program needs.

Our students work on campus at places like:

Summer Support

We offer summer support for selected research and internships so that our students can explore their dreams in the context of real-world environmental challenges. The funding is approved each spring so students can spend their summers focusing on making a difference with non-profits, government organizations and with research projects, locally and in other states.

Last Updated: 11/5/18