Student Funding Opportunities
2014 Fellows featured in Santa Clara Magazine.
Building safer houses in Ecuador. Research on capuchin monkeys in Costa Rica. Helping empower girls in The Gambia. And this is just the beginning for the Johnson Scholars Program.
Find more information on other opportunities for student funding below
Summer Housing Assistance for Undergraduate Research
Provost Research Fellowship
The Office of Fellowships awards two Provost Research Fellowships of up to $1,500 for qualified juniors with promising research agendas. These summer research fellowships are intended to provide opportunities for significant independent research for students planning to pursue graduate study and major nominated fellowships. Candidates must be nominated by a faculty member willing to work with them to develop the research project and application, and to serve as mentor during the Summer. For further information, please contact Leilani Miller, Director of the Office of Fellowships Undergraduate Studies or find the Fellowship Guidelines here.
Miller Center's Global Social Benefit Fellowship
The Global Social Benefit Fellowship provides a comprehensive program of mentored, field-based study and research for undergraduate juniors within the GSBI worldwide network of social entrepreneurs. GSBF places juniors with social entrepreneurs during the summer prior to their senior year. If you are presently a junior, you are encouraged to apply. Click here for more information.
Bannan Grant through the Ignatian Center
Bannan Grants are designed to fund scholarly and pedagogical efforts by Santa Clara faculty, staff, and students which also further the mission of the Institute. Click here for more information.
Fellowships through the Markkula Center for Applied Ethics
Hackworth Fellowships in Applied Ethics are for the duration of senior year and have a stipend of $4,000. Fellowship selections for the next school year are made by the end of the Spring Quarter. The goal of the Hackworth Fellowships is to have Fellows promote ethical reflection and reflective ethical action among their undergraduate peers. In order to pursue this goal, Fellows are expected either to develop their own programs in an area of interest to them or to work with existing programs at the center. These programs can be on as wide a range of topics and use as wide a range of methods as are of interest to each Fellow. Click here for more information.
Environmental Ethics Fellowships in Applied Ethics are also available to students. Click here for more information on this opportunity.