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Table B: Dual Award

Incoming Students

For years one, two, and three, 3-year nationally competitive fellowships, specifically NDSEG, NSF, and Hertz, are supplemented by SGF or CCSRE funds to VPGE levels of support. For the standard CCSRE or SGF configuration, SGF or CCSRE supplementation is for minimum full-time enrollment (8, 9, or 10 units) for four quarters each year, and the approved annual VPGE stipend level. Full SGF or CCSRE support is provided in years four and five.

Students with a dual award in the Graduate School of Education or School of Engineering with the Modified Configuration have SGF or CCSRE support for the first five years of graduate studies, less summer quarter of the fifth year, or 19 quarters. Quarters 1-3 are paid at the maximum tuition rate (11-18 units), and quarters 4-19 are supplemented or paid to the 8-10 unit rate.

Current Students

Budgets for current VPGE Graduate fellows awarded a three-year nationally competitive fellowship are arranged as a five-year award, with the years of full SGF and SGF-NCF support reordered. Summer starts and other length awards are arranged in consultation with VPGE staff.

Other Fellowships (not listed on the table)

Receipt of an outside award and the SGF typically extends the length of a fellow’s guaranteed support, up to a maximum of five years. Budgets for other awards (e.g. Fulbright, NSERC, American Meteorological Society) are arranged in consultation with VPGE staff.

NOTE: NSF-SGF recipients are expected to enroll in 8-10 units all quarters, including Summer quarter.

2020:

Table B Section 1: Standard tuition rates - Schools of Earth Sciences, Education, Humanities & Sciences, Medicine (PDF)
Table B Section 2: Engineering tuition rates (PDF)
Table B Section 3: School of Medicine (PDF)

2019:

Table B Section 1: Standard tuition rates - Schools of Earth Sciences, Education, Humanities & Sciences, Medicine (PDF)
Table B Section 2: Engineering tuition rates (PDF)
Table B Section 3: School of Medicine (PDF)