Students admitted into the Urban Education Doctoral Program (UEDP) are eligible to compete for a variety of types of financial aid. Applicants are also eligible to apply, pending acceptance.
Graduate Assistantships The School of Education offers a number of graduate assistantships that are awarded for the upcoming academic year. For more information, and to apply for a graduate assistantship, please visit the School of Education's Graduate Assistantships page.
Graduate School FellowshipsUEDP students are also eligible to apply for Graduate School Fellowships. Please visit the Graduate School for information, and to apply, to the Distinguished Graduate Student Fellowship (DGSF), the Graduate School Dissertation Fellowship (GSDF), and the Advanced Opportunity Program Diversity (AOP) Fellowship.
UEDP Deadlines for 2013-14 Fellowships:
All fellowship application materials must be received by the UEDP office by January 4, 2013.
E-mail materials to:
Mail/Drop materials to:
Urban Education Doctoral Program
Enderis Hall 510
2400 E Hartford Ave
Milwaukee, WI 53211
Graduate Student Travel AwardStudents enrolled in the UEDP are eligible to receive awards from the Graduate School in support of travel expenses for presenting papers at national or international professional meetings or conferences, or for performing or exhibiting original work. Please visit the Graduate School for more information, and to apply.
The Graduate School also maintains links to over 250 External Fellowships and Other Funding Opportunities that are available for graduate students.
- You are encouraged to submit applications six months in advance of the event.
- You may not submit an application more than six months after the event.
- You may apply only once for a specific conference/event (e.g. the American Physical Society meeting, March 2012).
- You are limited to two applications per academic year.
Financial AidFor information on financial aid and to fill out a FAFSA application, please visit the UWM Department of Financial Aid web site. Services provided include information on grants, loans, student employment, military benefits, and the Life Impact Program.
EmploymentAdditional employment opportunities are available on the UWM Employment site. Student employment information and other resources can be found at the Career Development Center.