The Reich College of Education's Graduate Scholarship page will have information regarding the following scholarships:
- Alice Phoebe Naylor Outstanding Dissertation Award
- Rhododendron Society Scholarship
- WJ Office Scholarship
- Mable Morgan Scholarship
For further information regarding scholarships, please reach out to the James Center at email@example.com
Student Financial Aid
Please visit the Office of Student Financial Aid website to determine the type of aid you may be eligible to receive. The Doctoral Program in Educational Leadership has no funding to help with tuition costs.
Student Tuition and Fees
The Reich College of Education is home to programs, clinics, and partnerships available for community engagement. Some key partnerships for doctoral students are:
- Academy at Middle Fork
- Mathematics and Science Education Center
- Anderson Reading Clinic
- Public School Partnership
- Other Community Engagement Resources
The University Library can help with course and dissertation research, including finding abstracts, finding the complete text, finding ASU and NC dissertations, and borrowing and purchasing text. The two librarians who specifically work with doctoral students are:
University Writing Center
The Writing Center provides services and workshops throughout the year to doctoral students. The consultants in the writing center work with students one-on-one with aspects such as grammar, structuring, citations, formatting, etc. Make an appointment through TutorTrac or call 98280 476-8644. Doctoral students with questions should contact:
Mary Neal Meador
Thesis & Dissertation Preparation
The Cratis D. Williams School of Graduate Studies provides guidance on how to plan, execute, and report on dissertations.
DegreeWorks is the University's web-based degree audit tool that facilitates the monitoring of students' academic progress toward degree completion. It shows all courses the student is enrolled in, has completed, and has left in their program.