Due by January 20, 2017
Questions? Please contact:
- Please note: Graduate students should contact their departments regarding fellowship funding; freshmen applicants should contact the Office of Student Financial Aid.
- Merit scholarships are awarded to full-time undergraduate students in the college who have demonstrated academic achievement.
- Need-based scholarships are open to all students who qualify; applicants for need-based support must have a FAFSA on file with the Office of Student Financial Aid.
If you are seeking funding for specific research or study abroad opportunities, please see the list of McMicken Awards and Prizes below.
McMicken Awards and Prizes
The McMicken College has several permanently endowed funds provided by generous donors to recognize undergraduate academic achievement within specific departments and majors and to provide support for research or study abroad opportunities. The names of the awards are listed below.
Completion of the annual scholarship application will not automatically qualify you for consideration for the awards and prizes listed below.
For more information and to determine if you qualify for one of the awards, please contact the undergraduate director in the appropriate department.
John J. Alexander Undergraduate Summer Research Fellowships
Henry H. Storch Award
English and Comparative Literature
Edward Miles Brown Prize
Jean Chimsky Poetry Prize
Hopton Short Story Prize
E.H. Philipson Prize
John Stanhope Hatfield Memorial Prize
Robert Lee Straus Prize
Elsie B. Westheimer Prize
Cincinnatus Association Prize
Helga Daley Scholarship
Charlotte Poll Prize
Schade International Study Fund
Badanes Fellowship in International History
Hilda L. Smith Prize
Emma Louise Parry Prize
Harry E. Block Prize
Gertrude and Herbert Gettler Award for Study in Israel
David Green Memorial Prize
Selma Raphaelson Prize
Charles N. Moore Memorial Prize
Jeanne Gulden Prize in Mathematics
Jeanne Gulden Prize in Physics
Tolley International Human Rights Scholarship
The Horace J. Wolf Prize