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Welcome to Purdue! As a fellow, you have been identified by the faculty to be among the very best. The Graduate School Fellowship Office is here to serve you. If you have any questions in regards to your fellowship please do not hesitate to contact the Graduate School Fellowship Office, fellowships@purdue.edu or 765-494-2598. You may also contact your Graduate Program or the Business Office in your Department.

 

 

 

 

 

 

  • Events
  • Benefits and
    Requirements
  • Tax
    Information
  • Services
  • Fellowship
    Resources

 

2010 Fall Convocation for New Graduate Students
  • Fellowship Session
  • August 20, 2010 at 10:00 AM, RAWL Hall, Room 1011
  • Register
Fellowship Information Session
NSF - GRFP Workshops
National Science Foundation, Graduate Research Fellowship Program Workshops
  • NSF Strategies for Successful NSF Application - Tuesday, September 14th at 5:30 PM
  • NSF Fellows Panel - Wednesday, September 15th at 5:30 PM
  • NSF Strategies for Successful NSF Application - Wednesday, September 22nd at 6:00 PM
  • Register
Proposal Writing Workshops
Fellowship Reception
  • The Fellowship Reception is for first year fellows.
  • October 13, 2010 at 6:00 PM
  • Register
Chappelle Fellowship Workshop
Coffee with the Dean
  • The Coffee with the Dean is open to all fellows (past and present).
  • Date: November 11th at 2:30pm
  • Invitations were sent out by email with all the details.

Requirements
  • Register as a full-time student in a degree-seeking program. Fulfill the responsibilities & requirements as noted in the Offer Letter. Additional information can be found in the Fellowship Manual. Notify the Graduate School of additional appointments.
Stipend
  • If paid by or through the University, you will be paid on the last working day of the month. Some fellowships receive a Medical Insurance Supplement, which is included in your fellowship payment. (Direct deposit form)
Graduate Tuition Scholarship
  • Graduate Tuition Scholarships cover a portion of the general service fee and all of the non-resident tuition assessed to the fellowship recipient. Does not cover the Graduate Appointment Fee, the Technology Fee, the Repair and Rehabilitation Fee, the International Student Fee, or the Differential General Service Fee.
Parking Permits
  • The Fellowship Office will notify the Dean about your concern regarding parking permits for fellows. Unfortunately, as fellows you are not eligible for A or B parking permit. Students employed by Purdue at least 30 hour per week are eligible to purchase an "A" permit for $250 per year or a "B" permit for $100 per year. You are eligible for a C permit if you live 1.5 miles away from campus. Another avenue, you can contact PGSG to express your concerns about being eligible for an A or B parking permit as a fellow.
Administration of the Fellowship
  • Locate Graduate School fellowships may be administered as fellowships or assistantships at the discretion of the department, school, or college, based on guidelines established for determining award administration.
Medical Insurance
Professional Development

 

U.S. Citizens

International Students
  • Please go to Glacier to fill out Tax information. As an international student, your status is dependent upon whether your home country has an established tax treaty with the U.S. For additional tax information, contact the Purdue Tax Group.

Fellowship Tax Information

Current Students
  • Communicating with fellows regarding fellowship requirements, events, and opportunities through your Purdue email account.
  • Offer Professional Development opportunities
  • Workshops for applying for Fellowships
  • Aid in the process of getting a fellow paid
  • Facilitating the establishment of fellowship accounts among all units
  • Organize events to recognize our fellows
  • Assist with issue that may involve the Bursar Office
  • Division of Financial Aid, and/or Sponsored Programs Services
Students Applying for Fellowships