Promoting scholarly advancement through national scholarships, fellowships, and postgraduate opportunities

The College Center for Scholarly Advancement (CCSA) supports current undergraduates in the College, recent graduates and College alumni by providing information and guidance about applying for nationally and internationally competitive funding, and post-graduate opportunities. CCSA staff members provide general support to students by identifying relevant opportunities and assisting in strategically planning for those opportunities, closely mentor students through rigorous application processes, and facilitate campus endorsement procedures when relevant. Student and alumni are encouraged to use the searchable opportunities database to browse available scholarships, fellowships, and post-graduate opportunities. Those interested in pursuing undergraduate research should consult the resources available here.

Connect with us!

Undergraduates in the College, recent graduates and alumni interested in making an appointment with our staff should click the 'Contact Us' link to the left. Those interested in receiving regular information on upcoming information sessions, relevant opportunities, and deadlines can subscribe to the CCSA Listserv.

 

News

Apr 12, 2017
Third-year Soreti Teshome has been awarded a Harry S. Truman Scholarship, a nationally competitive award that supports exceptional students pursuing careers in public service.
Mar 20, 2017
Alumni Jennifer Wells-Qu and Aliza Warwick, and 4th-year Pearson Goodman Join the Third Cohort of Yenching Scholars at the Yenching Academy of Peking University
Feb 9, 2017
Nick Posegay named 2017 Gates-Cambridge Scholar