Fourth-year Biological Sciences majors Won Huh and Aparna Nutakki have been awarded a $10,000 grant by the Davis Projects for Peace to study diabetes and anemia in rural India. Read More...

For the first time in school history, all four UChicago nominees have been selected as Harry S. Truman Scholars in recognition of their commitment to leadership and public service. Read More...

Two third-year students in the College, Anne Marsden and Ryan McGillicuddy, have been selected as 2014 Barry M. Goldwater Scholars, an award for the top science students in the nation. Read More...

Fourth-year economics and history major Tim Rudnicki will study economic history at Cambridge as one of 40 Gates-Cambridge Scholars. Read More...

Fourth-year chemistry major Sam Greene has been selected as UChicago's 49th Rhodes Scholar Read More...

Scholarships

The College Scholarships site provides information about a range of prestigious external awards of interest to University of Chicago undergraduates and recent graduates, as well as a number of opportunities funded or sponsored by University of Chicago. 

Browse this site to learn more about scholarship and fellowship support in The College and to begin searching for opportunities that match your background, skills, and interests.  After researching the eligibility requirements and selection criteria for a particular scholarship or fellowship, students are invited to contact the College Advising office to schedule an appointment for further, specialized advising with lead advisers who specialize in particular programs.  College Scholarship Advisers are located in the Harper Memorial building. For appointments call (773) 702-8615. Please bring a copy of your current resume to your meeting. General scholarship and fellowship questions can be directed to collegescholarships@uchicago.edu.

Students who are interested receiving regular information on upcoming competitions, deadlines, and workshops can subscribe to the Fellowships Info  listserv by visiting https://lists.uchicago.edu/web/info/fellowships_info.

Students interested in general funding for their undergraduate education at UChicago should consult the Office of College Aid. These listings are primarily for research, study abroad, or post-graduate studies. All of the opportunities listed on this site are merit-based, most are highly competitive, and some require university endorsement or nomination.

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