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A merit scholarship available to out-of-state students (international students are not eligible at this time) who meet the eligibility criteria. There is no application. During the application and admission process all out-of-state applicants and some current students are checked for eligibility. The award covers the nonresident portion of tuition billed to an out-of-state student. The selection criteria and other information are below.

Titan National Graduate Scholarship

The Titan National Graduate Scholarship (TNGS) program was established beginning Fall 2015 for non-resident graduate students (excluding international students) demonstrating academic merit pursuing a degree, certificate or GAP (excludes non-degree/non-program students; "specials") in a program that charges non-resident tuition.  Generally on-line and specially-priced programs are not included.  As of spring 2017, these are Ed.D. in Educational Leadership & Policy, Data Science, MPA on-line, all Nursing programs, Sustainable Management, and Transnational Human Service Leadership.

The following criteria determine minimum eligibility:

  • Eligible for admission in full standing and
  • Admission GPA of at least 3.2

Eligibility determination is holistic to provide some flexibility for the graduate programs to allow consideration of discipline-specific talents, background, experience, diversity, etc. that further enhance a student’s eligibility.

Titan National Graduate Scholars must:

  • Maintain full academic standing and be making satisfactory progress in their program, and
  • Maintain a cumulative GPA of 3.2, and
  • Receive not more than one (1) incomplete grade in any given semester.

GPAs and academic progress will be monitored following each semester for continuous eligibility into the next semester.  You may be prevented from adding or dropping courses until the Graduate Studies Office can verify any changes to your scholarship award.

The scholarship includes remission of the non-resident portion of tuition for three (3) calendar years including summers beginning with the first UW Oshkosh course taken toward program completion. Awards will be made only for enrolled credits and will not reduce tuition below the in-state rate. If a student withdraws from any credits for which an award was made, the amount of money awarded for those credits will be reduced from the student’s account.  There are no cash awards or refunds.

Contact the Graduate Studies Office (920-424-1223, ) if you have any questions about the TNGS.

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