Fellowships & Opportunities
Princeton students are excellent candidates for many post-graduate fellowships and scholarships, both national and international. Princeton-specific fellowships for post-graduate internships and service provide wonderful options, and there are also many opportunities available during undergraduate study at Princeton.
The Office of Fellowship Advising (located in the Office of International Programs) maintains a comprehensive list of awards of interest for Princeton undergrads, both those that are specifically for Princeton students, and those that draw from a national pool. Fellowship advising coordinates all applications for major post-graduate awards, such as the Rhodes, Marshal, etc., and can also advise about other fellowship opportunities. To make an advising appointment, call 609-258-1998.
Fellowships available during college include the Mellon Mays Undergraduate Fellowship, Scholars in the Nation's Service Initiative, and the Martin A. Dale Summer Fellowship, which funds a small number of summer projects after the sophomore year of college.