National Scholarship Advising Network
The Academic Affairs Office has organized a network of advisors to help you understand the scope and scale of national scholarships, gain insight into applying for these scholarships and develop necessary skills to make you an excellent candidate for these scholarships.
This network will assist you with each unique aspect of the scholarship process. Collectively, our advisors assist in the form of workshops and online resources, direct students to necessary resources, mentor them through the application process, and provide feedback on written materials.
National Scholarship Advising Specialists
Visit with Faculty or Staff advisors to gain in-depth knowledge about the scholarship mission and goals.
American Indian & Tribal Colleges
Scholarship options for American Indian students offer both merit based and/or financial assistance. A few of national options are Cobell Scholarship, American Indian Services, American Indian College Fund, and many more.
Study abroad opportunity to study less commonly taught languages. Length of program can be either a year, or a summer. Areas include Africa, Asia, Central and Eastern Europe Eurasia, Latin America, and the Middle East.
Summer study abroad opportunity to study less commonly taught languages. Languages include Arabic, Azerbaijani, Bangla, Chinese, Hindi, Indonesian, Japanese, Korean, Persian, Portuguese, Punjabi, Russian, Swahili, Turkish, and Urdu.
Exchange program that offers many opportunities for young professionals to undertake international graduate study, advanced research, university teaching, and primary and secondary school teaching worldwide.
Scholarship program for students of higher financial need to study or intern abroad, gaining experience in national security and economics.
Scholarships for college sophomores and juniors who intend to pursue research careers in natural science, mathematics, and engineering.
Summer program for students studying quantitative social sciences, sociology, political sciences, etc.
Indian Health Services
The IHS Scholarship Program provides qualified American Indian and Alaska Native students scholarship support to pursue health profession careers. The IHS program has grown to support, educate and place health care professionals within medically underserved Indian health programs throughout the continental United States and Alaska.
Veterans, Service Members, and/or their Dependents
Scholarships specifically geared toward veterans and their families are often offered by government agencies, non-profit organizations within military communities, and others. Veterans' experiences, leadership training, commitment, and academic interests often make them very competitive for all types of national scholarships, not just those specifically targeting veterans.
Scholarship program for students who are seeking careers in government, non-profit organizations, and public service.
Summer program that deepens student understanding of current affairs and international affairs, and offers mentoring from a foreign service officer.
Fellowship program that gives students (who have completed their master's degree) the opportunity to work as a Foreign Service officer in Washington, D.C.
Scholarships, fellowships, and internships are awarded to those in fields related to the environment and to American Indians and Alaska Natives in fields related to health care and tribal public policy.
Meet with the career advisors to perfect your resumes and CV to prepare for demanding and challenging interview questions.
Learn about which courses would prepare you for your scholarship experiences from a core advisor.
Consult a writing advisor to help tell your story in the most engaging and inspired manner.
- Carissa Green (by referral only)
National Scholarship Advising Appointments
Schedule an appointment for a consultation to assess your scholarship needs and get assistance in choosing the ideal scholarship for you. Contact Yee Han Chu, Academic Support and Fellowship Opportunities Coordinator to schedule an appointment.