Financial Resources for Students

ERE and ETaP graduate students have access to a number of scholarship and financial aid opportunities. Links to sites that describe some of these opportunities are listed below. In addition, some students work as research assistants on faculty directed projects.

Schatz Energy Fellowship - This fellowship is sponsored by the Schatz Energy Research Center for a graduate student who is pursuing studies related to renewable energy or energy efficiency. The fellowship provides $10,000 per year in support to the selected student.

Western Regional Graduate Program (WRGP) - ETaP and ERE students from the states listed below are eligible to attend HSU while paying "in-state" fees. For students from eligible states outside of California, this reduces the cost of graduate education considerably (see the Financial Services page for more information about the fee levels - students from eligible
WRGP states must pay "Graduate Fees", but they do not need to pay the "Nonresident Tuition Fee"). This opportunity became available when the Environmental Systems Graduate Program, including the ERE and ETaP options, was accepted as an eligible program by the WRGP. Students from eligible states should indicate their interest to access the WRGP rate when they apply (e.g. by including a sentence about this in their application essay). Eligible states: Alaska, Arizona, California, Colorado, Hawaii, Idaho, Montana, Nevada, New Mexico, North Dakota, Oregon, South Dakota, Utah, Washington, Wyoming, and the Commonwealth of the Northern Mariana Islands.

The Research and Graduate Studies office at Humboldt State provides information about a number of student funding opportunities.

The Financial Aid office at HSU is also an excellent source of information about funding opportunities.

Information about the cost of graduate education at Humboldt State University is listed on the HSU Financial Services webpage.

How to Apply

Ready to apply to a Master's degree program in Engineering? Go to our Applying section and find step-by-step instructions.

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