Fellowships usually carry a cash stipend, plus an award that covers tuition costs for a specified number of credit hours per semester.
- Dean's Fellowship: The Dean's Fellowship is for entering graduate students intending to pursue a doctoral degree, and consists of a four-year financial aid package with an annual stipend plus tuition and health insurance. To be considered, a student should submit an Indiana University Application Form for Admission and Financial Aid to the relevant graduate program by January 15. Students are nominated for the fellowship by the graduate program to which they are applying.
- Rob Kling Social Informatics Fellowship: This fellowship honors Professor Rob Kling's many contributions to social informatics education. The Fellowship is awarded annually, in consultation with Mitzi Lewison, Dr. Kling's wife, to a doctoral student studying social informatics.