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1400 Washington Avenue Tuition In/Out-State: $6,470 / $21,550 Total Fall Enrollment: 17,615
Albany , NY 12222 Books and Supplies: $1,000 Applicants Admitted: 54%
(518) 442-3300 On-campus Room and Board: $14,003 Receiving Aid of Some Type: 81% Undergraduate Application Fee: $50 Receiving Institutional Aid: 61% , $3,455 on average
Source: National Center for Education Statistics

Carson Carr Graduate Diversity Scholar Awards

Scholarship Description
Carson Carr Graduate Diversity Scholar awards are competitive, merit-based awards granted to graduate students who will contribute to the diversity of the student body in their graduate or professional program. A Carson Carr Graduate Diversity Scholar Application must be completed by interested new students and current University at Albany students. Applicants must be United States citizens or have permanent residency and must have completed an application for graduate study at the University. The deadline for application submission for new students corresponds with the applicant’s department deadline for financial assistance. Students new to the University at Albany receive first priority for available funding. However, currently enrolled doctoral candidates who have completed all degree requirements but the dissertation (“ABD”) may also apply for assistance under this program. Current Graduate Assistants and Teaching Assistants may also apply for a supplement to their current stipends if such a stipend can be demonstrated to enhance their retention in graduate studies.
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Award Criteria Requirements:

Financial need
Class Standing
Duties: Initial work assignments for Carson Carr Graduate Diversity Scholars will be determined as the first semester progresses. They will typically include attending departmental colloquia, attending meetings of the graduate student organization in the department, getting to know faculty in the program, becoming integrated into the life of the department, and participating in campus-wide Graduate Student Organization events and activities. In the second semester, Carson Carr Graduate Diversity Scholars continue to attend colloquia and remain a full participant in graduate student life, as well as assume teaching and/or research obligations as designated by the department.
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