Annual tuition costs
vary based on students’ residential status and course load.
are pursuing a graduate degree in natural resources and environmental management, we invite you to apply for a graduate assistantship. Assistantships, which require approximately 20 hours
of work in the department per week, reward you with a stipend and a tuition
remission for each academic year.
Ball State offers excellent value to
our students, but we also know that many students will benefit from access to
financial aid opportunities. The Office of Financial Aid and
Scholarships offers a wide array of opportunities for you to
receive financial support so that you can complete a graduate
Graduate students are eligible for the following
scholarships administered through NREM (other scholarships may be available
through Ball State):
The Clyde W. Hibbs Memorial Scholarship
Amount: Generally awards
total $1,000 per academic year.
- Candidates must be current NREM majors and have at least a 3.0 overall GPA
and a 3.2 GPA in NREM classes.
- Candidates must have earned fewer than 60 credit hours by the end of the
current spring semester.
The Charles O. Mortensen Fellowship
Amount: Generally awards total $1,000 per academic
- The Charles O. Mortensen Fellowship offers a $1,000 tuition fellowship for
the academic year to a junior, senior, or graduate student within the NREM
- There is no GPA requirement; however, students must propose a service project
signed by an advisor.
The Farmland Scholarship: Provided by Farmland
Amount: Generally, awards total $1,000 per academic
- The Farmland Conservation Club requires applicants to submit an essay about