The Office of National Fellowships is here to support your application for the approximately 30 nationally competitive scholarships and fellowships that we work with!
STEP ONE: Start by using our scholarship flowchart posted below to find opportunities organized by academic year and discipline to identify the scholarships that are right for you.
STEP TWO: Click on the name of the scholarship to read more.
STEP THREE: Make an appointment with Director Leigh Pratt or Daphne Chevalier in the Office of National Fellowships to learn more about the application process or to determine if you are a good fit for a specific award.
|Year||STEM||International/Language/Study Abroad||Public Service||Graduate Study|
|Freshman (1st Year)||SMART||Boren*, Critical Language Scholarship (CLS)/CLS-Spark, Freeman-Asia, Gilman, UK Fulbright Summer Institute|
|Sophomore (2nd Year)||Goldwater*, Hollings, SMART||Boren*, Critical Language Scholarship (CLS)/CLS-Spark, DAAD, Freeman-Asia, Gilman, UK Fulbright Summer Institute||Udall*|
|Junior (3rd Year)||Goldwater*, SMART||Boren*, Critical Language Scholarship (CLS)/CLS-Spark, DAAD, Freeman-Asia, Gilman||PPIA, Truman*, Udall*|
Senior (4th Year)
|Graduate Study: Churchill*, Nancy Foster, National Science Foundation Graduate Research Fellowship (NSF GRFP), National Defense Graduate Fellowship||Boren*, Critical Language Scholarship (CLS)/CLS-Spark, DAAD, Fulbright*, Freeman-Asia, Gilman, Luce||FAO Schwarz, Gaither Junior Fellowship*, Pickering*, Princeton Programs, Rangel*||Fulbright*, Gates-Cambridge*, Knight-Hennessey*, Marshall*, Mitchell*, Rhodes*, Schwarzman*, Soros*|
*Scholarships with asterisks require institutional nomination through the Office of National Fellowships.
Review other opportunities by searching our database.