Since 1947, Alfred University has provided a vibrant intellectual community for select students to continue their studies at the master's and doctoral level. Alfred is internationally recognized for the quality of its advanced degree programs. The University campus is ideal for serious research, creativity, and study, with small classes to allow direct access to faculty and to state-of-the-art facilities.
Students learn from each other as well as from the faculty. Relationships among current and former students, from across the United States and around the world, foster personal and professional growth. These relationships allow graduate students to expand their network of colleagues during graduate study and beyond.
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Financial Support for Graduate Education
Alfred University highly values the contributions of graduate students, and is committed to financially supporting students admitted to advanced degree programs at the Graduate School. Full-time students are eligible for research, teaching or general graduate assistantships awarded by the academic departments. There is no separate application for departmental assistantship positions.
On-campus graduate students may be interested in working with Residence Life, Athletics, or Student Affairs for their assistantship assignments. Learn more about applying for these non-academic assistantships.
General information on graduate financial aid, assistantships, loan programs, and tuition cost is provided by the Office of Student Financial Aid.
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