Brilliant minds win prestigious awards.

How would you like to research giraffe populations in Africa … teach English in Thailand … learn Punjabi in India … spend a year studying Arabic in Morocco … or research a cure for autism at Cambridge University? At New College, you can. We have a stellar track record when it comes to students receiving highly competitive national fellowships, either during the course of their study or upon graduation.

Brilliant minds win prestigious Awards

How would you like to research giraffe populations in Africa … teach English in Taiwan… learn Punjabi in India … spend a year studying Arabic in Morocco … or research a cure for autism at Cambridge University? At New College, you can. We have a stellar track record when it comes to students receiving highly competitive national fellowships, either during the course of their study or upon graduation.

There are several drop down menus available on the left with hundreds of opportunities for you to explore.

UNDERGRADUATE SCHOLARSHIPS: While you are at New College, there are many fellowships available to help lessen the financial burden of researching, studying abroad, learning new languages, and buying supplies for an ISP, tutorial or class. These scholarships are highly competitive, so make an appointment with Courtney Hughes (chughes@ncf.edu) for help with your application materials.

POST-NEW COLLEGE FELLOWSHIPS: There are still so many exciting adventures awaiting you after you leave New College – and we’re here to help you find them! Again, these fellowships are highly competitive, so make an appointment with Courtney Hughes (chughes@ncf.edu) for help with your application materials.

FULBRIGHT SCHOLARS: New College has a record number of post-graduate Fulbright Scholars for an institution of our size – more per capita than the Ivy League – who go on to study in a foreign country. Three students received Fulbrights in 2016 to Mexico and Germany. If you’re interested in joining these distinguished ranks, come visit Courtney.

STUDENT RESEARCH AND TRAVEL GRANT: An internally funded grant, the SRTG is awarded twice a year to qualified students seeking financial assistance for research, coursework, or studying abroad.

Here are some other examples of prestigious national awards our students have won. For even more opportunities, scroll through the drop down menu on the left.

  • Harry S. Truman Scholarship for public service and leadership
  • Benjamin A. Gilman state department scholarships for study abroad
  • Barry M. Goldwater Scholarships for undergraduates majoring in math, science and engineering
  • Critical Language Scholarships from the State Department’s Bureau of Educational and Cultural Affairs
  • Ernest F. Hollings Scholarships from the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration
  • Morris K. Udall Scholarships for students committed to careers in the environment, health care or tribal policy
  • Gates-Cambridge and British Marshall scholarships

Contact:
Courtney Hughes
chughes@ncf.edu
941-487-4112

For information on the National Student Exchange program and study abroad, please contact Florence Zamsky in the Academic Resource Center at 941-487-4318 or fzamsky@ncf.edu