Funded research opportunities, study abroad scholarships, undergraduate and post-graduate scholarships and fellowships are valuable experiences that will help prepare you to reach your professional and career goals.
Each year, New College of Florida students are awarded some of the most prestigious funded research opportunities, study abroad scholarships, undergraduate and post-graduate scholarships and fellowships. Pursuing an opportunity can be a valuable experience that will help prepare you to reach your professional and career goals. For example, with a summer research experience through the National Science Foundation-Research Experience for Undergraduates (NSF-REU) program, you can gain valuable research experience and earn a stipend of $3,500 or more. If you are a Pell Grant recipient, a Gilman Scholarship for Study Abroad will support a study abroad experience that can change your perception of who you are and what you can do. National undergraduate and post-graduate scholarships provide financial support for your undergraduate studies and help you prepare for careers in research, public policy, and the foreign service.
Early engagement with scholarship and funding opportunities can play a valuable role in academic and career planning.
For a one-on-one to discuss any scholarship, fellowship, or funding opportunity, or a Student Research and Travel Grant (SRTG), you can schedule a “Fellowships & Scholarships Appointment” through Handshake (tile in myNCF) with Duane Smith, the Assistant Director for Prestigious Fellowships.
Every year, there are several hundred opportunities offered. Identifying opportunities that will be most helpful to you achieving your goals can be challenging. You can narrow the possibilities by searching through the listings provided on the CEO website. The opportunities with brief descriptions, links and deadline information are organized as follows:
Opportunities listed here include scholarships, fellowships, research and educational enrichment programs specifically seek to increase diversity and promote inclusion.
Fellowships provide funding support for experiential learning opportunities. On the “Fellowships By Field” page, they are organized as follows:
Undergraduate research is a hallmark of the New College experience. Student Research and Travel Grants (SRTG) support thesis-related research and travel, conference presentations, and independent study projects. SRTG is funded through the New College Alumnae/i Association and the New College Foundation. Learn more.
Applications are accepted on a rolling basis. Decisions within 2-3 weeks. Apply online CEO Micro-Grant Application.