Graduate Scholarships | Department of Political Science

Covid-19 —UNT is offering a mix of in-person, partially in-person, and online/remote course deliveries for Fall 2020. Stay up to date on UNT's response, including return to campus plans.

UNT Banner

Graduate Scholarships

The Department of Political Science offers several funding opportunites through Graduate Scholarships. Students are strongly encouraged to apply.

To apply for a scholarship, please fill out this form and return it to the Department of Political Science by March 1st, 2021.

The following scholarships will be selected by the faculty of Political Science.

THE CHARLDEAN NEWELL GRADUATE POLITICAL SCIENCE SCHOLARSHIP

A fund to honor Dr. Charldean Newell, and to provide scholarships for graduate students in American Government and Politics, including Public Law and Public Policy, at the University.

THE MCALISTER SOCIETY FUND

To honor Dr. Sam McAlister, chairman of the political science department at the University for over 30 years. The purpose of the fund is to support qualified incoming graduate students.

CLOVIS AND MARILYN MORRISSON SCHOLARSHIP

The Clovis and Marilyn Morrisson Scholarship honors a former distinguished member of the Political Science Department who was instrumental in the formation of the Peace Studies Program at the University of North Texas.

THE C. NEAL AND CAROL TATE PHD FUND FOR POLITICAL SCIENCE

A fund to honor Dr. C. Neal Tate, faculty member in the Department of Political Science and Dean of the Graduate School, and Mrs. Carol Tate. The purpose of the fund is to support qualified graduate students.

THE OSCAR ARIAS PEACE STUDIES SCHOLARSHIP

Established by a donation from Nobel Peace Laureate and former President of Costa Rica, the Oscar Arias Peace Studies Scholarship is intended for graduate or undergraduate students in Political Science who have a special emphasis on peace studies.

POE SCHOLARSHIP

The Steven C. Poe Scholarship honors the memory of the late Professor Steve Poe, a world-renowned expert in human rights and dedicated teacher. Students must have completed 18 graduate hours in political science at the University of North Texas with a GPA of at least 3.75.

For University-wide funding, please see Student Financial Aid and Scholarships.

The following is a list of scholarships and awards with updated information and application deadlines. Note: All applicants will need to have a registered UNT EUID in order to apply for scholarships and awards.

Thinking about UNT?

It's easy to apply online. Join us and discover why we're the choice of over 38,000 students.

Apply now