Get detailed information about regulations, policies and best practices within the Graduate School.
Browse program descriptions, degree requirements, faculty listings, and available resources.
Review guidelines for the creation, revision and ongoing maintenance of graduate programs and graduate-level courses.
Access data, guides and detailed reporting on every aspect of graduate education — from admissions to student progress.
Find forms and instructions for Graduate School procedures, including course action forms.
Help the Graduate School maintain its high academic standards by properly evaluating and reviewing your program.
Assistantships, Fellowships and Postdocs
Graduate assistantships provide graduate students with the opportunity to combine their studies with valuable work — teaching, research or service — on behalf of their academic department or unit.
Graduate fellowships (or traineeships) provide stipends to graduate students with no corresponding service or employment obligation. Fellowships awarded by academic units are administered through Fellowship Manager Richard Corley in the Graduate School. Fellowships awarded through the Graduate School are administered by Todd Marcks.
For more information about assistantships and fellowships, consult the Administrative Handbook, sections 4.1 and 4.2.
As a vital part of NC State’s research enterprise, postdoctoral scholars are served by the university’s dedicated Office of Postdoctoral Affairs.
Graduate Student Recruitment Toolkit
Take advantage of the Graduate School’s resources — including funding and fellowships — to attract leading students in your field.