Once you’ve received a bachelor’s degree and you’ve made the decision to continue your studies, it’s even more important to know how you’ll fund your education.
Contrary to popular belief, there are several options for graduate student financial aid. Whether you’re looking for a graduate assistantship to help ease the weight of tuition or you’re considering taking out student loans, you’ll find the answers to your questions right here.
The Sara Craft Fishman Endowed Scholarship for Graduate Speech-Language Pathology Majors
The Sara Craft Fishman Endowed Scholarship for Graduate Speech-Language Pathology Majors is crucial in assisting upstanding students through financial hurdles that could otherwise interrupt or all together end their dreams of earning their M.S. in Speech-Language Pathology from the University of Montevallo. At the heart of The Sara Craft Fishman Endowed Scholarship for Graduate Speech-Language Pathology Majors, students will be selected based on the following criteria:
- Must have proven financial need
- Must have been accepted to and completed one semester of coursework in the UM Graduate Speech-Language Pathology program
- Must have demonstrated the highest standards of service to the field of serving adults with speech-language disabilities
Contact Dr. Linda Murdock at email@example.com for additional information about the scholarship.
Visit the Student Aid Office page for information about student loans.
Graduate Cost of Attendance
Information about the cost of Graduate tuition and fees can be found Here.
Please note that as our M.S. SLP program’s instruction is fully on-campus, the Cyber Graduate tuition rate does not apply.
Graduate assistants at the University of Montevallo are students first and employees second. They have as their primary focus advanced study and ultimately the completion of a graduate degree. Therefore, the services they provide as graduate assistants should complement professional development in their chosen fields of study.
The Graduate Assistant (GA) will be paid $12.75/hr with a typical workload of up to 10 hours per week the 1st Fall semester of the program. Renewal for the following semester (1st year Spring) is dependent on the quality of performance during the Fall semester and maintenance of 3.0 GPA. The GA must maintain documentation of work with individual faculty/staff members on a weekly basis. The GA will receive a paycheck bi-weekly from the University and will need to complete a weekly timesheet.
Position notification will be awarded in the admissions offer or during orientation if all positions have not been filled.
- First-year Graduate student in the 2-year M.S. SLP Program
- Maintain minimum GPA of 3.0
- Have these qualities: motivated self-starter, punctual, organized, good telecommunication skills (e.g., calling clients on the phone)
- Maintain documentation of work with individual faculty/staff members.
How to Apply
- Download the Graduate Assistant application below.
- Upload your completed application to your CSDCAS application.
McNair Scholar Program– Applications accepted year-round
The Ronald E. McNair Post-Baccalaureate Achievement Program, funded by the U.S. Department of Education, is designed to provide effective preparation for doctoral study for low-income, first generation, and underrepresented undergraduate students. Selection as a McNair Scholar is the result of a competitive process to participate in a program that prepares them for success in graduate school. The scholarship is awarded annually to graduate students who successfully participated in the McNair Scholars Program and are in good academic standing. Scholarship awards may be renewed annually for a maximum of 2 years.
Graduate Student Research/Conference Funding
Funding is set aside each year for graduate students to conduct research or present work at academic conferences. Requests for awards should be approved by your faculty advisor, endorsed by the department chair, and delivered to the Office of Graduate Admissions and Records. The application should include a proposed projected budget of expenses, information about department cost sharing, and specific travel details (if travel is involved).
Fall Term: September 15
Spring Term: February 1