Graduate Students in the School of Interdisciplinary Arts & Sciences (IAS) at UW Bothell have the opportunity to apply for funding from a number of sources that may lighten their financial burden during the program. Explore the links below for more information.
The UW Financial Aid & Scholarship Office makes some funding available to graduate students. These opportunities generally combine academic merit and financial need.
Merit Scholarships, Fellowships and Awards, located in the Student Success Center, promotes competitive, merit-based scholarship opportunities on the Bothell campus and mentors qualified students through the application process.
The Graduate School website contains information on various funding opportunities including Fellowships, Graduate Funding Information Services (GFIS), and Graduate Opportunities and Minority Acheivment Program (GO-MAP).
The UW Bothell Student Services Office provides information and assistance through Veterans Services. This includes the UW Veteran Tuition Reduction Program and other support services. For additional information about VA benefit eligibility, you can also visit the US Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) Education and Training page.
The UW Bothell Career Center is available to help students explore jobs and internships (some of which are paid). Students may also consult the UW Employment web portal, Husky Jobs, and the UW GradStudentJobs listserv.