Chancellor’s Award to benefit highly qualified graduate students

MIDDLETOWN, Pa. — The new Chancellor’s Award for Graduate Students at Penn State Harrisburg aims to provide recognition and financial assistance to the top 100 highly qualified graduate students planning to enroll at the college. Awarding will begin in fall 2018.

“We are very pleased to announce this new award, which will give new graduate students in any of our master’s or doctoral programs a great start at Penn State Harrisburg," said Chancellor Mukund Kulkarni. 

The amount of the award is $1,000 per year, awarded as $500 per semester. Each scholarship will be awarded for one academic year.

Applicants are automatically considered for the award once admitted to Penn State Harrisburg, and must be new graduate students who are planning to enroll part time or full time in resident instruction at Penn State Harrisburg.

Penn State Harrisburg offers more than 30 master's degree programs and three doctoral programs. The college also offers several integrated undergraduate/graduate programs in which students may earn a bachelor's and master's degree in five years.

Details on the Chancellor's Award for Graduate Students can be found here.