S&T increases funding for graduate students

Missouri S&T is investing $3 million in new funds to help attract more qualified Ph.D. and graduate students and strengthen the university’s research programs.

The initiative began this past fall and will cover the tuition and supplemental fees for qualified students in all Missouri S&T Ph.D. programs. The same coverage extends to similarly qualified students pursuing master’s degrees in departments where a Ph.D. is not offered.

More information about Missouri S&T’s graduate programs is available at grad.mst.edu.

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