Graduate Fellowships & Scholarships

As an academically strong and successful student at Wooster, you have probably given some thought to your plans after graduation. You may be thinking of applying to graduate or professional school. Whatever your plans, we ask you to consider applying to and competing for one of these valuable programs. Wooster has an enviable record of success in many of them, and we encourage you to continue that tradition.

  1. It is important to begin early to learn about eligibility requirements and timelines for each of the scholarships/fellowships listed below.
  2. The identify a scholarship/fellowship that resonates with your academic interests and career path.
  3. Next, contact the faculty representative for the scholarship/fellowship to which you would like to apply. They are here to help you throughout the application process.

For those scholarships/fellowships without a faculty representative, please feel free to meet with a Career Planning advisor.  Book online or call 330-263-2496.

Programs with Faculty Representatives

British Marshall Scholarship Carnegie Endowment for International Peace Junior Fellowship Program Davies-Jackson Scholarship
Fulbright U.S. Student Program Goldwater Scholarship Kendall-Rives Latin American Research Grant
Luce Scholars Program James Madison Fellowship Earl F Morris Endowed Scholarship Program
NSF Graduate Research Fellowship Program Rhodes Scholarship Truman Scholarship 
Morris K Udall Undergraduate Scholarship    

Select Fellowships & Service Programs

Gates Cambridge Scholarship Princeton in Asia Department of State's Critical Language Scholarship
Peace Corps City Year Teach For America
AmeriCorps U.S. Public Service Fellowships International Public Service Fellowships
CIEE: Council on International Educational Exchange Japan Exchange and Teaching (JET) Program  

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