Graduate Degree Funding
Waivers for Out-of-State Tuition Costs
- HSU Public Sociology is part of the Western Regional Graduate Program , which means students with residency in any of the Western states can pay in-state tuition to study Public Sociology at Humboldt State University.
- Applicable 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
Department of Sociology
We may have opportunities to work for the Department of Sociology as a Teaching Associate, or a Instructional Student Assistant (ISA). Look for open positions on the HSU Academic Student Employee Opportunities page. To learn more about each position, see the Sociology Graduate Program Manual (link at right).
Paid Employment On Campus
- California Center for Rural Policy (CCRP)
- HSU Academic Student Employee Opportunities
- HSU Job Vacancies
Paid Employment Off Campus
Humboldt State University Funding
Other Funding Opportunities
- HSU Library Grants Guide
- HSU Sponsored Programs Foundation list of external resources
- Humboldt Area Foundation scholarships
- Social Science Fellowships (Boston College list)
- Fundsnet Services
- GetEd Funding
- National Science Foundation info for graduate students
Paid Travel for Conferences
At the beginning of each school year, a call for funding will go out from the College. If you are scheduled to present (or hope to) at a conference during that school year, you can apply for funding to travel to that conference. If you want to travel to present to a conference in August, you should contact the Department Chair to start the funding process during the summer.