Stipend support for graduate studies in the department comes from a variety of sources including: competitive departmental or university assistantships and fellowships, graduate training grants, National Science Foundation (NSF) or other externally funded fellowship programs and research grants. Since funding is provided for all graduate students admitted to the Forestry and Natural Resources graduate program, only top candidates are accepted. The following minimum requirements must be met in order to be considered a prospective student:
Statement of Purpose
3 Letters of recommendation
Transcript(s) from all higher education institutions.
Official GRE scores from the general GRE test*
Official TOEFL scores* (international applicants only)
*Send directly from ETS to Purdue University, institution code is 1631