Graduate Financial Aid

Graduate Financial Aid

Teaching Assistantship

The responsibilities of a Teaching Assistant (TA) include but not limited to class preparation, office hours for students, grading, and other duties assigned by the instructor or the department. The typical work load for a TA is 20 hours per week.

The TA must choose thesis option and are normally supported for a fourth semester if they have made sufficient progress on thesis and recommended by the student's major professor.

To apply for the TA positions, please submit the TA application form to Peggy Foster (peggy.foster@unt.edu) by the deadlines of March 1st for Fall semester and October 1st for Spring Semester.

TA Application Form: https://engineering.unt.edu/electrical/sites/default/files/ta_app.pdf

Teaching Fellowship

Teaching Fellowship is available for Ph.D. students.

Research Assistantship

You are encouraged to contact individual faculty member on the openings of research assistantships.

Master's and Doctoral Fellowship

The Master's and Doctoral Fellowship (MDF) is a highly competitive program that was created to recruit the very best graduate students who show promise for conducting important research or creative activity and are committed to full time enrollment. For application and detail information, please visit: http://tsgs.unt.edu/graduatelife/assistantships/master-and-doctoral-fellowships

Thesis and Dissertation Fellowship

The Thesis and Dissertation Fellowship (TDF) supports outstanding masters or doctoral students who have achieved candidacy and are in the last year of their thesis or dissertation. For application and detail information, please visit: http://www.tsgs.unt.edu/content/thesis-and-dissertation-fellowships

UNT Financial Aid

For other fellowships and funding opportunities at the University of North Texas, please visit: http://financialaid.unt.edu/