The Department of Agronomy has a variety of financial aid for undergraduate and graduate students. We recognize the importance of financial support for all students are are happy to grant approximately 75 department specific scholarships amounting to more than $125,000 to undergraduate students.
Graduate students may apply for a number of scholarships and research and teaching assistantships. Most students enrolled in a graduate-level program in Agronomy are supported during their study and are appointed to a half-time graduate research assistantship. Currently, students appointed to a half-time assistantship receive $28,054 per year when pursuing an M.S. degree and $30,436 per year when pursuing a Ph.D. degree.