Fulbright U.S. Student Program
Prestigious, nationally competitive awards for a year of overseas study, research, or teaching. All majors/disciplines are eligible and foreign language proficiency not necessarily required.
Campus Nomination Deadline:
If you are an undergraduate who will be graduating in Fall 2020, Spring 2021, or Summer 2021, consider applying by the September 11, 2020 Fulbright Campus Nomination Deadline. Graduate students who will not have received their PhD. by this date are also eligible to apply, as are recent alumni. These awards provide funding to conduct research (in any field!), teach English, or enroll is a Master's program overseas for an academic year. Foreign language proficiency is not necessarily required.
Jen Green, Director of Fellowships Advising and Fulbright Program Advisor
Planning to apply by the September 11, 2020 Campus Endorsement Deadline? First step is to attend a Fulbright Fridays information session, which will be offered
via webinar (see calendar below for details).
Next step after attending a Fulbright Fridays information session? Sign up for Fulbright Summer Boot Camp! Students who plan to submit by the September 11, 2020 deadline will attend a series of weekly session on best application practices. These sessions will focus on the written portions of the application: the short answer questions, the Personal Statement, and the Statement of Grant Purpose.
- Early July - late August 2020
- Wednesdays from 1:00 - 2:30 PM
- Applicants may attend sessions in person, via webcast, or view recordings of the webcasts