"This compilation of resources (e.g., fellowships, grants, awards) that support graduate study, training, research, and creative activities in the arts and humanities is a valuable resource. Each entry provides an easy-to-use format including entry number, program title, sponsoring organization, summary, eligibility, financial data, features, restrictions or limitations associated with the program, number of awards, and deadline...This manual’s strengths are its extensive number of entries, its detailed descriptions of the grants and loans, and its thorough indexing...Invaluable for college and university libraries. It is [also] highly recommended for current graduate students and those interested in pursing graduate or postgraduate studies in the arts and humanities."
American Reference Books Annual
“An excellent source in every way."
University of Wisconsin Grants Information Center
"A welcome addition. Reasonably priced and highly recommended."
Named an "Essential Publication" by Mount Holyoke College's Career Development Center.
"Essenial Publications," Career Development Center, Mount Holyoke College
"Published by Reference Service Press, this publication is unique for several reasons. It only lists programs open to graduate students in the arts and humanities. Only 'free' money is identified. Programs that require repayment, charge interest, or require service in lieu of repayment are not listed. Programs listed must offer at least $1,000 per year, but many pay $20,000 or more annually or cover the full cost of tuition. Finally, the programs listed are 'portable', i.e., funds awarded can be applied to the school of the awardee's choice."
Selected for inclusion in the 12th edition of Guide to Reference (the landmark guide that identifies "the best available reference sources") because of the usefulness, breadth of scope, and "unique information" Money for Graduate Students in the Arts and Humanities offers.
Guide to Reference, 12th Edition
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