What you need to know about the Graduate Research Fellowship Program

2:30 PM to 3:30 PM



Are you interested in graduate school and a research career?

Students pursuing research-based graduate degrees in fields supported by the National Science Foundation can get their studies paid for through the Graduate Research Fellowship Program (GRFP).

The GRFP covers tuition, fees and a generous living stipend. The award is also portable. Students can apply as early as their senior year of undergrad and take the award with them to any U.S. graduate school.

The GRFP is a prestigious national award, and Mizzou students are selected for it each year.

To learn more about it and how you can start building your qualifications now, register for and attend the virtual info session “What You Need to Know About the Graduate Research Fellowship Program,” hosted by Fellowships and Advanced Studies.