Graduate School in the U.S.
For juniors with clear leadership experience and commitment to public service who plan to pursue careers in education, government, non-profit, or public interest. This scholarship provides funds of up to $30,000 for graduate school, a rich network of former scholars, and many useful additional programs. If you are an interested junior holding United States citizenship, please fill out this interest form.
|September 2019||Applicants Added to Sakai and Truman Website|
|October 2019||Application Worksheet Due|
|Early November 2019||Short Answer Drafts Due|
|Late November 2019||Second Drafts and Activity Lists Due|
|Early December 2019||Applications Due for Nomination|
|February 2019||National Application Deadline|
The Beinecke Scholarship provides funding ($30,000 for graduate school, $4,000 immediately) for exceptional juniors pursuing graduate school in the arts, humanities, or social sciences. If eligible, please fill out this interest form.
|October 2019||Interest Form Deadline|
|November 2019||Campus Deadline|
|December 2019||Campus Nomination|
|February 2020||National Application Deadline|
Are you interested in applying to a graduate program at Stanford University? Do you want to be part of an interdisciplinary group of scholars training to become global leaders? The Knight-Hennessy fellowship offers full funding for students pursuing a graduate degree at Stanford. If eligible, please complete this interest form.
|April 1-30, 2019||Schedule an on campus meeting with Jenny Smith|
|May 12, 2019||Submit 1st draft to CUSE for feedback|
|June 3-12, 2019||Phone Meeting|
|July 2019||Submit 2nd draft to CUSE for feedback|
|August 2019||On Campus Meeting|
|September 2019||Final Deadline|
For seniors and alumni in the Humanities who plan to enter a PhD, MFA, DMA, or ThD program at a North American institution and who intend to pursue a teaching career in the Humanities or Arts at a church-affiliated institution. If eligible, please contact Jenny Smith to express your interest.
The timeline for the Lilly Graduate Fellows Program 2019-2020 cycle will be announced in Spring 2019.
A unique opportunity for college seniors (both international and domestic) to earn an MBA at Yale University in three years directly after graduation and move more quickly toward their career goals. If eligible, please contact Jenny Smith to express your interest.
The timeline for this award matches that of the Yale MBA application process.
"The Ford Foundation seeks to increase the diversity of the nation’s college and university faculties by increasing their ethnic and racial diversity, to maximize the educational benefits of diversity, and to increase the number of professors who can and will use diversity as a resource for enriching the education of all students." They provide predoctoral, dissertation, and postdoctoral fellowships to support graduate students in research-based Ph.D. or Sc.D. programs. If eligible, please contact the Graduate School Office of Grants and Fellowships for more information.