Academic Support & Career Development
Graduate students have the opportunity to work closely with School of Natural Resources and the Environment faculty. From advising to mentoring, to research, you have a network of faculty to help you prepare for a Ph.D. program or the next step in your career.
For those who have accessibility needs, services are available through the Disability Resource Center. They are here to help you with individual accommodation or modification to support your success in your graduate program.
The Graduate and Professional Student Council and Natural Resources Graduate Student Organization also are fantastic resources for graduate students.
Health & Wellbeing
Balancing your personal life, family, a job, and graduate school can be stressful at times. We’re here to support you on your journey. Campus Health, CALS Life Management Counseling, and other resources are available to help you stay healthy and strong while earning your graduate degree.
There are a variety of funding sources available for graduate students, ranging from fellowships and grants to scholarships and federal aid.Learn more about financial support for graduate students
Access our graduate handbooks for information about our school, programs, admission requirements, courses, advising, and more.View handbooks
McGinnies Graduate Scholarship
The intent of the McGinnies Graduate Scholarship is to provide additional support to graduate students whose dissertation research concerns physical and biological processes in the world's arid and semiarid lands. The annual scholarship award is $2,500Learn more about the scholarship
WRGP Tuition Savings Program
Out-of-state students from 16 participating Western Regional Graduate Program (WRGP) states and territories pay in-state tuition rates when they are accepted and enroll in our Master of Water, Society, and Policy program.Learn more about the WRGP Tuition Savings Program