Fellowships, Assistantships, and Scholarships for Graduate Study

Most graduate students in the Department of Entomology are supported by research assistantships awarded by individual faculty. A limited number of teaching assistantships in the department are available and generally used to supplement other support. In addition, many of our international students are supported by awards from institutions in their home countries.

To be competitive for research assistantships, students should apply early. We recommend no later than February 1 for programs to begin in the following Fall semester.

Graduate Merit Fellowships

Graduate Merit Fellowships are awarded by the Office of Graduate Studies to the most competitive graduate students beginning programs at Texas A&M University.  For information on stipend awards, contact Rebecca Hapes.

The Department of Entomology will automatically nominate applicants whom it believes to be competitive; however, these awards are made early. To be sure of consideration for a Graduate Merit Fellowship, applications should be completed by January 1.

Regents Fellowships

Regents Fellowships are awarded by the College of Agriculture and Life Sciences to the most competitive graduate students beginning new programs. For information on stipend amounts, contact Rebecca Hapes. The Department of Entomology typically uses these awards as part of multi-year packages to cover an entire graduate program.

The Department of Entomology will automatically nominate applicants whom it believes to be competitive; however, these awards are made early. To be sure of consideration for a Regents Fellowship, applications should be completed by January 1.

For information about information on this page or undergraduate and graduate programs, e-mail Ms. Rebecca Hapes or phone her at 979.845.9733.

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