The Office of Inclusion and Diversity will open applications for the President’s Graduate Opportunity Program (PGOP) in January 2021. Successful applicants will receive a $10,000 PGOP Fellowship per year that will be dispensed through Auburn University’s Financial Aid Office, monthly.
QUALIFICATIONS: Candidates must:
- hold an earned degree from an accredited institution
- be a U.S. Citizen
- meet admission standards of the Graduate School and the doctoral program in which they seek to enroll and
- be recommended for the PGOP award by that academic department or unit.
Priority will be given to incoming PhD students. Students must also have a graduate assistantship (GA), a graduate teaching assistantship (GTA), or a graduate research assistantship (GRA) that provides a tuition waiver.
APPLICATION PROCEDURES: Potential candidates for the PGOP will apply online and submit a résumé, a letter of interest which identifies the proposed area of doctoral study, two letters of reference, and a transcript.
Each candidate must submit an official transcript and two letters of reference to: