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Graduate Funding Information Service
Graduate Funding Information Service: Home
Online guide and resources for graduate students looking for funding opportunities.
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Starting Points / Top Resources
Searches for funding opportunities across a wide variety of foundation, federal and other funding sources. Formerly called IRIS.
Features UW assistantships and fellowships, as well as selected external funding opportunities for graduate students of all levels.
UCLA Graduate and Postdoctoral Extramural Support (GRAPES) Database
A publicly available database appropriate for all current and prospective graduate students (no UCLA affiliation required). Includes travel funding.
FTC Consumer Information: Scholarship & Financial Aid Scams
Wondering if a funding opportunity you've found is legitimate? Read this article from the Federal Trade Commission to help you avoid scams.
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