The most effective preparation for fellowship applications begins early in a student's academic career. Most fellowship applications require considerable time and effort — a successful application can't be completed in several weeks, but rather they require months or even more than a year to create.
Many of the national foundations which grant awards require students to be nominated by their university in order to apply. Our office coordinates the campus selection process. The campus application deadline is earlier than the final deadlines posted on many of the foundations’ websites. You must meet the campus deadline to be considered for these awards, so it is important to plan ahead!
Some awards do not require a university nomination, and you may apply directly to the foundation granting the award. We encourage you to contact us anyway. We work with many students to craft and revise their applications for these types of awards as well.
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