National Scholarship Organizations

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*Has grants for use while a student is still an undergraduate.

 

Fulbright U.S. Student Program

Supports one academic year of study or research/creative project (in all fields) or of teaching English (ETA); also offers special awards in business, music, public policy, and digital storytelling. Several hundred awards made annually to about 140 countries. The best time for students to apply is during the senior year; awards may only be used after graduation.

 

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Truman Scholarship Foundation

Funds up to $30,000 for graduate study; selects approximately 60 juniors annually who have the potential to become “change agents” in many walks of life, such as education, government, and public administration.

 

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Rhodes Trust

Supports a second B.A. or graduate study in a wide array of fields at Oxford University, Oxford, England.

 

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Gates-Cambridge

Supports graduate study in any field available at Cambridge University, England.

 

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Marshall

Supports graduate study in a wide array of fields at one of several universities in the UK, including Scotland.

 

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Mitchell

Supports graduate study in a wide array of fields at one of several universities in Ireland.

 

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The Goldwater*

Supports undergrad study in the junior and senior years for students in the natural sciences, mathematics, and engineering.

 

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Deadline to Apply: December 10, 2021

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