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UMSI offers a variety of fellowships that help students earn an MSI or MHI, including fellowships to support students with financial need, students from diverse backgrounds or students who have volunteered with the Peace Corps. Summaries for some of those programs are below; for details, click on the links. Some require a specific application; for others, you will be considered the moment you file your application for the MSI or MHI programs.

UMSI Achievement Fellowship

UMSI Achievement Fellowships are structured to assist eligible students with two semesters of support consisting of tuition, required fees, health and dental insurance, and a stipend followed by two additional semesters of full tuition support.

Joyce Bonk Assistantship

The Bonk Assistantship is a program combining education and work experience for students within the MSI. Students attend classes full-time and work a 50% appointment in the university while earning a full tuition scholarship, health care benefits and a stipend.

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