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Student Funding

To estimate how much it will cost you to complete the PhD program, visit the Registrar's Tuition & Fees, and select resident or non-resident. Students are usually registered for 14-16 credit hours per term, and the program is usually completed in 12 quarter terms. Based on the 2018-19 tuition and fee rates, the 4 year PhD program would cost in-state residents $6,549/term and out-of-state students $8,997/term. Tuition costs increase annually. 

Below is a list of potential financial resources. If you know of other links that you think should be added to this list, please send your suggestions to the Prevention Science Academic Coordinator.

International Student Resources

UO Scholarships & Financial Aid
International Women

College of Education Support

COE Scholarships  (due Jan 30) 
COE GE's (Graduate Employment, Fall positions posted mid-February or later)

University Support

Student Life Emerging Leaders Internship (due September)  
UO Financial Aid 
UO Scholarship Search 
General University Scholarship Program (due Feb 15)
UO & Federal Work-Study Program 
Graduate Employees (GEs) (Fall positions posted mid-February or later)
Graduate School Awards & Fellowships  (Feb 20)

External Funding Sources

Cappex Scholarships (Apply April 1-19)
American Indian Graduate Center (June 1 deadline)
Oregon Student Assistance Commission  (Feb 15)
Congressional Hispanic Caucus Institute (April 16)
Segal Americorps Education Award   
FastWeb External Scholarship Search