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This support will come through a combination of TAships, AIships, GSRships, Fellowships, etc. that are assigned during the annual review (for more information click here). For more details on each funding option skip to Academic Year Funding. You may also wish to pursue outside sources of funding, for more details skip to External Funding. There are also some internal UC Davis fellowships. If you are eligible, you should apply. If you can make a case for being eligible, you should apply.
Why apply for other funding?
FAFSA In order to get funding support you must do FAFSA every year! This only applies to domestic students. It takes half an hour, and has these benefits:
Available Types of Funding:
Note: For the 2007-2008 academic year, graduate students also had Readerships as a funding support option. Readerships are required homework grading.
Here are some links to get it started:
National Laboratories The National Labs are funded by the US Department of Energy to carry out scientific research in the public interest. Both Lawrence Berkeley Lab and Lawrence Livermore Lab, conveniently located in the East Bay, have opportunities for graduate students both during the summer and the academic year. More information is available at http://jobs.lbl.gov and http://jobs.llnl.gov .
Process: Annual Review, research proposals. Due every year in April. Goal: offer letter before the summer.