There is no stipend for graduate student interns. Graduate student interns purchase their own lab coats and books and are responsible for their own living expenses. Program fee and payment schedule is available at http://www.augusta.edu/tuition/. A nonrefundable $100 down payment is due upon acceptance to the program (April). Refunds are based on the University’s Fee Payment and Refund Policies During the internship, graduate student interns are expected to attend a professional conference and some of the expenses associated with this activity will be the graduate student interns’ responsibility.
Financial Resources: Graduate student interns attending in Fall 2018 will be eligible for federal loans.
Scholarships:Graduate student intern are encouraged to apply for scholarships through The Academy at http://www.eatrightpro.org/resources/membership/student-member-center/scholarships-and-financial-aid. Funding may also be available from State and local dietetic associations.
Accessing Private Loans: Private loans are an option. If considering a private loan, verification of admission forms should be submitted to the program director.
Loan Deferment: If considering loan deferment, submit verification of admission form to the program
contact the DI Director.
Judith C. Anglin PhD, RD, LD
Clinical and Digital Health Sciences
College of Allied Health Sciences
987 St. Sebastian Way EC-4310, Augusta, GA 30904