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Fellowships are aid given to graduate students as a scholarship or stipend in a non-employment-related capacity. Typically, fellowships have a tuition and fee waiver component as awarded by the Graduate College or the awarding agency in conjunction with a scholarship or stipend. In almost all cases, obtaining a fellowship will affect a student's loan eligibility. Typically, students with fellowships are not eligible to borrow or, if they are, they are only eligible for a small amount of loans due to cost of attendance regulations. For more detailed information about fellowships, please see the Graduate College website.

If you will be receiving a fellowship, you will need to report it the OSFA once you receive your electronic award letter.

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