All students are encouraged to consider applying for post-graduate scholarships and fellowships for which they may be eligible. Planning for this should begin as early as possible, not later than the fall of the sophomore year, but even freshman year is not too early to consider summer projects such as internships or jobs which may make you a better candidate. There are literally hundreds of post-graduate scholarships, but what follows are some of the more prominent. All of these require considerable thought and effort in order to put together a competitive application. You will need to start developing your strategy for applying no later than second semester freshman year. If you think you might be interested, talk to Professor Levy.
DIFFERENT TYPES OF FELLOWSHIPS
Fellowships for undergraduate students that are awarded during the college career
Fellowships awarded post-graduation