These grants may be used for proposed graduate study or projects in the U.S. or abroad. Applicants must submit evidence of academic merit as well as a well-conceived program of graduate study, independent research, or a creative project. Citizenship is not a factor in selection, but financial support may be taken into consideration.
Eligibility Criteria/ Scholarship Guidelines
General eligibility guidelines
Graduating seniors or recent undergraduate alumni/ae (within the last 5 years).
Applicants applying for a Graduate Study Fellowship may not apply for a Postgraduate Project Fellowship in the same year.
Applicants may, however, apply for a Senior Law Prize.
Preference for applicants who will be beginning the first year of graduate study.
Preference is given to students/alumni who have not previously been awarded post-graduate funding from Dartmouth.
Financial need may be a consideration in the selection process.
Must have submitted an application to graduate school.
Plan to matriculate in the upcoming fall semester.
Award is contingent on acceptance and enrollment.
Applications for graduate study already completed will not be considered.