Graduate Funding Opportunities
Most of UNI’s graduate programs, offered on campus, provide the opportunity to apply for support in the form of graduate assistantships and graduate scholarships. Students must submit applications for this funding, along with their application materials, to be considered for support. A full assistantship and scholarship can cover approximately 90% of yearly costs. For most programs, the priority deadline to apply is February 1st.
On Campus Employment
There are many job opportunities on the UNI campus for students with student (F) visas or exchange visitors (J) visas to work. The average pay is $9.20 per hour. F and J visa holders are not authorized to work off-campus as a means of support except under extraordinary circumstances. Graduate students with full assistantships will not be eligible for a campus job.