Fellowships & Awards
Learn more about how nationally competitive fellowships, scholarships and awards can help you accomplish your post-graduate goals.
WELCOME to the DePauw University Fellowships & Awards pages.
Here you will find information about nationally competitive fellowships, scholarships, and awards that support study, research, or teaching in a wide range of academic disciplines. Recipients of scholarships attend graduate programs, conduct research and teach in countries around the world. They become leaders in their fields of study and in their communities.
For most national fellowships and awards, DePauw maintains its own internal deadlines, which typically occur in the fall semester a full month or more before the national deadline. This allows DePauw faculty and staff to assist students in navigating the competitive and selective application process. Students are encouraged to begin speaking with the fellowship advisoers a year before the fellowship deadline.
Please browse the Fellowships & Awards page for a list of opportunities available to students and recent graduates, or contact Kate Knaul, Assistant Dean of Academic Life and Director of National Fellowships & Awards, at email@example.com for further details.
List of Awards
Many different scholarships and fellowships are available that can help fund your post-graduate opportunities, including for international opportunities around the world. You can learn more about the scholarships and fellowships that may be of interest to you, including deadlines and application information. It's best to start early to increase your chances of success. Visit the list of awards.
DePauw Award Winners
DePauw University students and alumni have been awarded some of the most prestigious scholarships and fellowships in the arts and sciences. More information about DePauw students who have won competitive scholarships can be found on our Award Winners page.
Fulbright at DePauw
DePauw students and alumni have had great success in recent years in applying for Fulbright Awards to pursue teaching and research interests in countries around the world. Learn more about the Fulbright program, including how the program may benefit you.
Awards for Non-US Citizens
Numerous competitive fellowship and scholarship programs exist for students who are not US citizens. Learn more about these different programs, which also include opportunities in specific professional career fields.
Numerous resources exist to help you as you plan and begin writing your grant or fellowship application. From researching programs to strengthening your resume and personal statement, advisers in the Hubbard Center can help you plan things out every step of the way. Some application resources are available here. We also have more resources for Fulbright Award applications.
Frequently Asked Questions
In researching the awards and fellowships that are available, you may come up with some additional questions. We have answers to some of students' most common questions available here.
Five Fulbrights from the Class of 2014
Anna M. Butz (Colombia), Samuel R. Leist and Abigail E. Emmert (Turkey) and Claire E. Jagla (South Korea) received Fulbright English Teaching Assistantships for 2014-15. Ashley M. Conard will use a Fulbright scholarship to conduct computational biology research Belgium.
All of the Above
Alumna Ashley M. Conard '14 received a Fulbright Award to conduct research in Belgium. She also received a National Science Foundation grant to build on that experience as she pursues her postgraduate education.