The Honors Program Directors strongly encourage students to consider the scholarship opportunities below. They will work with students to apply for each of these opportunities.
Named after U.S. Senator J. William Fulbright, this scholarship provides students with opportunities to study abroad in host countries. More information here.
- room and board
- incidental costs
- pre-departure and/or in-country orientation covered
- round trip transportation to the host country
- must be a citizen or national of the United States
- must have a conferred Bachelor’s degree or equivalent
- must meet language requirements and competency
NCHC Portz Scholarships
Supported and funded by the John and Edythe Portz Interdisciplinary Research Fellowship, this scholarship supports undergraduate research. More information here.
- $350 stipend
- attendance covered at the NCHC annual conference
- must submit personal statement
- must include a letter of endorsement from undergraduate institution
- must submit a paper that is the original work of the nominee
The oldest and most prestigious scholarship enabling students from around the world to study at Oxford University in Oxford, England. More information here.
- covers tuition and fees
- covers living expenses
- covers round trip transportation
- earn a graduate degree
- must be 18-24 years of age
- graduate with a 3.70 GPA or higher
- provide a personal statement
- supply a letter of endorsement from an undergraduate institution
Created by Congress in 1975, this scholarship is a memorial honoring the 33rd President supporting those who answer the call to public service leadership. More information here.
- receive up to $30,000 for tuition and fees
- covers transportation costs minus airfare
- must be U.S. citizen
- full-time junior or senior pursuing a Bachelor’s degree
- participate in two community service projects
- commit to pursuing a graduate degree in public service