Tuition-only scholarships and fellowships — which include tuition and a stipend — are awarded on a competitive basis to outstanding applicants. Applicants with strong records are encouraged to apply for externally-funded fellowships such as those awarded by the American Sociological Association and federally-funded programs which are awarded directly to students.
- American Bar Foundation
- ASA Minority Fellowship Program
- Center for Engaged Scholarship
- Ford Foundation
- Horowitz Foundation for Social Policy
- National Science Foundation
- Mellon/ACLS Fellowship
- Spencer Foundation for Education Research
- SSRC International Dissertation Fellowship
- SSSP Racial/Ethnic Minority Graduate Fellowship
- Washington Center for Equitable Growth
Chicago Center for Teaching: The Chicago Center for Teaching provides training and resources for students in teaching situations.
UChicago GRAD Resources and services for University Graudate Students
Library Resources: The University of Chicago Library Home Page.
Library's Sociology Page: A page sponsored by the University of Chicago Library Information Service, LibInfo for short. The page contains information about where to find sociology materials in the library and also gives links to outside sources.