Welcome

The Office of Fellowships offers services to help students gain a competitive edge in the application process and grow personally from the experience of applying to a nationally competitive fellowship. Typically, fellowships fund study, research, or teaching in the U.S. or abroad. These awards are competitive and are awarded to students who are energetic and high-achieving, with the potential to make significant contributions for the public good. Additional assets include: high GPAs; service-learning courses or meaningful volunteer experience; honors courses (and other rigorous coursework); research experience; studying abroad; leadership and participation in campus and community activities.


Nationally competitive fellowships

The Office of Fellowships helps undergraduates and recent graduates apply for national fellowships that provide valuable funding, connections and prestige.

When you work with us, we help you articulate your ambitions for yourself and create persuasive fellowship applications. Even if you do not win, this experience will challenge you to define who you want to become and how to achieve your potential. We devote special care to assisting students who face barriers that could discourage them from applying. Let the Office of Fellowships help you build on your success at Wayne.


First step: Explore fellowships

Explore the list of fellowships to familiarize yourself with the fellowships that we work with most frequently. Information about upcoming information sessions will be listed here when they are scheduled. In the meantime, we encourage you to watch the recording from a previous session or review the slideshow presentation..

 

 

Second step: Complete the intake form

To begin the process of applying to one of these fellowships, please fill in this short Intake Form

The form asks for you to name a few possible references and upload a resume. After you completing the form, someone from the Office of Fellowships will be in touch with you. 

Contact us!

Please email fellowships@wayne.edu if you have any questions.