Winter Quarter Information Sessions
Throughout the year, the College Center for Scholarly Advancement offers information sessions and workshops as a resource to students who are considering applying for or who are in the process of applying for scholarships and fellowships.
Upcoming Information Sessions and Workshops
Applying for National Fellowships to Support Graduate study in the UK/Ireland: Churchill, Ertegun, Gates-Cambridge, Marshall, Mitchell and Rhodes Scholarships
- Thurs. Feb. 11 @ 5:00 pm in HM 284 RSVP HERE
- Thurs. Feb. 18 @ 5:00 pm in HM 150 RSVP HERE
- Monday, Mar. 14 @ 5:00 pm HM 284 RSVP HERE
These information sessions will offer guidance on how to apply for nationally competive funding to support post-gradute study in the United Kingdom and Ireland. This session will detail the UChicago campus application and endorsement process for the British Marshall, Rhodes, Gates-Cambridge, Churchill, Mitchell, and offer further information about the Ertegun, UK Fulbright options, and NIH Oxford Cambridge Fellows programs.
This is an important information session for all undergraduates considering applying for any of the above opportunities this year or in the years to come. All undergraduates are welcome to attend; this is especially important for third- and fourth-years currently considering submitting applications in the coming year.
In advance of attending this session, students are encouraged to read through the up-to-date application instructions, application, and timeline available here: https://ccsa.uchicago.edu/scholarships-and-fellowships/ukireland-scholarship-campus-endorsement-application. The campus nomination application is OPEN NOW and available HERE.
For students unable to attend the session, you are encouraged to set up an individual advising appointing with Nichole Fazio-Veigel, Director of the CCSA, by emailing her directly: email@example.com.
The Fulbright Grant is a funded year of post-baccalaureate research, study, or English teaching experience in one of 140 countries world wide. Founded in the ethos of cross-cultural engagement and interpersonal diplomacy, the Fulbright US Student Program will award more than 1,900 grants in the coming year. More information can be found on their website: us.fulbrightonline.org. The Fulbright Grant is open to students from all disciplines.
Students considering an application are should begin by visiting CCSA's Campus Application Guide for a guide to getting started.
If you would like to learn more about the opportunities available through Fulbright, please attend any of the following information sessions to learn more about the programs and the campus application process. Please RSVP to the information sessions using the links provided.
Interested applicants are also encouraged to set a meeting with Nicholas Morris, Assistant Director for the Center for Scholarly Engagement.