The National Science Foundation Graduate Research Fellowship Program (NSF-GFRP) is a national award program of prestigious fellowships given each year to a select group of master’s and doctoral students in science and engineering fields in recognition of their academic and professional excellence. Students who receive the NSF-GRFP benefit from a generous stipend, opportunities for international research and professional development, and the freedom to conduct their own research at any accredited U.S. institution of graduate education to which they are accepted.

Oregon State University offers competitive benefits meant to augment and support NSF Fellowships. In addition to the stipend provided by NSF, NSF Graduate Research Fellows who choose OSU as their affiliate graduate institution will receive full tuition and mandatory fee support and subsidized health insurance benefits under OSU's graduate assistant and fellow health insurance plan during their active tenure years. OSU will also reserve a portion of the annual cost of education allowance for the Fellow to use for research expenses.

For further information, please contact Nick Fleury, Oregon State's Coordinating Official for the NSF-Graduate Research Fellowship Program.