The Comparative Literature Program is committed to increasing the diversity of its faculty and graduate students and thus seeks to recruit students with varied backgrounds and interests. Financial support is provided to a diverse group based on academic achievements and potential for success at the graduate level in spite of economic and social disadvantages.
Awards in this category include the multi-year Eugene Cota-Robles Fellowship and the Doctoral Scholars Fellowship, which, in 2013-2014 provide four- to five-year support packages that combine stipends of $24,000 for two years with two to three years of teaching assistantships and payment of fees, tuition and health insurance.
The Graduate Opportunity Fellowship provides a one-year stipend ($22,000) and payment of fees and health insurance for all awardees.
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