The following fellowships are offered through the Graduate School as part of recruitment processes at Ohio State. Students do not directly apply for these fellowships but are nominated through various mechanisms specific to each fellowship. For more information see the guidelines for each recruitment fellowship below.
ENGIE-Axium Graduate Fellowship and Scholarship Guidelines
ENGIE North America and Axium Infrastructure (ENGIE-Axium) are world leaders in energy services and sustainability. The two companies formed a new consortium to provide comprehensive energy management services for Ohio State. This private/public partnership also supports Ohio State’s sustainability and academic mission.
Early Offer Inclusive Excellence Fellowship Guidelines
Currently, the Early Offer Inclusive Excellence Fellowship is being reevaluated and restructured.
J. Parker and Kathryn Webb Dinius Fellowship
Established by generous friends of the Graduate School, the Dinius Fellowship supports students who plan to pursue a graduate or professional degree at Ohio State. Preference is given to students who earned an undergraduate varsity letter at Ohio State.
Patrick S. Osmer Fellowship Guidelines
Currently, the Patrick S. Osmer Fellowship is being reevaluated and restructured.
Current Student Fellowships and Awards
Annually the Graduate School provides various fellowships and awards to current students that range from support to research to recognizing outstanding teaching at Ohio State. For information about specific award deadlines and nomination criteria see the guidelines for each award below.
Presidential Fellowship Guidelines
Presidential Fellowships recognize outstanding scholarly accomplishments and the potential of graduate students entering the final phase of their dissertation research or terminal degree project.
Presidential Fellowships provide financial support so the fellow may devote one year, three consecutive semesters, of full-time study to the completion of the dissertation or degree project and to graduate unimpeded by other duties. Recipients of this award embody the highest standards of scholarship in our graduate programs.
Alumni Grants for Graduate Research and Scholarship
The Graduate School’s Alumni Grants for Graduate Research and Scholarship (AGGRS) Program provides small grants up to $5,000 to support the research and scholarship of doctoral or terminal master’s degree candidates for their dissertations or theses.