Communication Sciences & Disorders

School of Applied Sciences, University of Mississippi

Financial Aid

Information about the estimated cost of attendance and financial aid opportunities, including those listed below, can be found on the Graduate School’s Financial Aid website.

 

Graduate Assistantship Positions

The department offers a limited number of Graduate Assistantships (GAs) to the top-ranked applicants who submit a GA application by the February 1st due date. GAs receive a 75% tuition scholarship, a full nonresident fee scholarship, and a $2500 per semester stipend. In return, GAs work for ten hours a week, usually with a staff or faculty member in the department. GA responsibilities can include administrative work, teaching assistance, and working on faculty research projects.

GA applications should be submitted in hardcopy or by email to the department at the address or email address below. Separate letters of recommendation are not required for the GA application.

University of Mississippi
Department of Communication Sciences and Disorders
303 George Hall
P.O. Box 1848
University, MS 38677-1848

Email: csd@olemiss.edu

 

Diversity Fellowship Program

Students who are members of minority groups who are traditionally underrepresented in graduate education (African American, Hispanic American, and Native American) are eligible for a Diversity Fellowship through the Graduate School. Students with diversity fellowships receive a 75% tuition scholarship, a full nonresident fee scholarship, and a $1000 per semester stipend. If you are offered admission to the program and you believe you may be eligible for the Diversity Fellowship, you are encouraged to notify us by emailing csd@olemiss.edu.

 

Summer Graduate Research Assistantship Program

The Graduate School offers a limited number of summer stipends ($2,500) for students who are completing a master’s thesis.