There are several sources of funding available to assist in paying for a graduate program at UNC Charlotte.
Sources of Graduate Funding
The below links will provide you with information to locate funding. A reminder that your most important funding resource is your Graduate Program Director (GPD), so reach out to them for details about assistantship and tuition availability.
Funding administered by the Graduate School that covers the cost of tuition and health insurance.
Graduate assistantships require working up to 20 hours per week for a stipend. Teaching assistantships involve the activities of teaching a course while research assistantships involve research projects.
Fellowships are service-free awards that may include a stipend for living expenses and tuition and fees. Admitted and continuing UNC Charlotte graduate students may apply for awards through the University Scholarship Office.