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  • Dayana Salazar
    From: Pamela C. Stacks, Interim AVP Graduate Studies & Research I am pleased to announce the availability of the 2005-2006 Graduate Equity Fellowship Awards.
    Message 1 of 1 , May 4, 2005
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      From: Pamela C. Stacks, Interim AVP
      Graduate Studies & Research

      I am pleased to announce the availability of the
      2005-2006 Graduate Equity Fellowship Awards.

      The purpose of the Graduate Equity Fellowship Program
      is to encourage and assist students in their pursuit
      and completion of a Master's degree and careers in
      post-secondary education. This fellowship is only
      available to graduate students with financial need.
      They must demonstrate a minimum financial need of
      $1,000.

      Under the Graduate Fellowship Program, awards of up to
      $3,000 may be made to graduate students admitted and
      enrolled in a Master�s degree program at San Jos�
      State for the 2005-2006 academic year. (Note:
      Credential ONLY candidates are not eligible.) Students
      must be enrolled in both academic terms and complete a
      minimum of six units in each. These twelve units must
      appear on the Master�s candidacy form for award of
      degree.

      Applications are available at the Graduate Studies &
      Research counter in the Student Services Center, 9th
      and San Fernando Streets. The applications will be
      reviewed by the Graduate Fellowship Program Committee,
      and eligibility will be assessed on the basis of
      financial need, academic standing and career goals.
      The completed applications are due in Graduate Studies
      & Research no later than Monday, June 20, 2005 at 4:30
      pm. Any applications with missing documentation will
      not be considered by the committee. Fellowship awards
      will be announced by Monday, August 8, 2005 and are
      subject to funding.

      If you have any questions, please contact Rhea
      Williamson at 924-2484, or via email at
      rhea.williamson@..., or contact Ruth Bermea at
      924-2427, or via email at rbermea@..., in the
      Graduate Studies & Research Office.
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