Prestigious Fellowships

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The Honors Program promotes prestigious fellowship and scholarship programs that fund undergraduate or graduate study in the U.S. and abroad and supports students through the application process. Students are advised to start the application process early, allowing plenty of time to edit, revise, and collect letters of recommendation. Several programs have a campus nomination process with local deadlines that fall before the national deadline. Deadlines are posted at the links below and application procedures are available here.

Domestic Study 

Several nationally competitive scholarships are available to students to fund undergraduate, graduate and post-baccalaureate studies in the United States. Winners range from sophomores and juniors studying engineering or math, to graduate students focusing their masters work on public service. Prizes exist for study in nearly every major or interest area. For information on: Beinecke, Carnegie, Goldwater, Hertz, Madison, Mellon, National Institute of Health, National Science Fellowship, Thomas R. Pickering Fellowship, Soros New American Fellowship, Scoville Peace Fellowship, Simon Fellowship for Noble Purpose, Truman, Udall and more scholarships available for domestic study click here

Overseas Study 

Some of the nations most prestigious scholarships are primarily for graduate study in other countries. Students can spend a year or more studying in a range of locations- from graduate study at Cambridge or Oxford, to conducting research in some of the most remote areas of the world. For information on: Churchill, Freeman-Asia, Fulbright, Gates-Cambridge, Marshall, Mitchell, National Security Education Fund, (Boren), Rhodes, The Rotary Foundation and more scholarships available for overseas study click here.