National Fellowships & Scholarships

There are many opportunities to fund a semester abroad, graduate studies, or post-graduate employment and research. Fellowships and scholarships are open to all students who meet eligibilty requirements.

Consider applying for one of these nationally prestigious awards, which not only help with funding but will also open doors to like-minded scholars and networking. Suffolk staff and faculty can advise you during the application process to ensure that your submission is as competitive as it can be.

To Apply for as First-year Students

Award Purpose To increase opportunities for underrepresented student populations to intern or study abroad. Encourages intern/study abroad in a wide array of countries and in need-critical languages.
Amount $5,000 for summer or semester/academic year study (2900 scholarships offered in 2019)

Award amounts range from $100 to $5000 (with the opportunity to receive a Critical Need Language Award of up to $8000). Financial need is based on the study abroad expenses provided by the applicant’s advisor and additional financial aid information submitted through the application. A Gilman Scholar’s final award amount will be determined by financial need, program length, overall program costs and the strength of the application during the selection panel recommendation process.
Eligibility Student must be a US citizen receiving a Federal Pell Grant and be accepted into a study abroad program (or virtual study abroad program). The entirety of the program must be at least 3 weeks.
Deadlines Internal Deadline: January 15th (initial interest and drafts)

National Program Deadlines:
  • Early March - Deadline application will open in mid-January for applicants whose in-person programs start between May 1 that year to April 30 of the following. This cycle encompasses Summer of that year, Fall of that year, the following Academic Year, and Spring of the following year programs. The application deadline is early March.
  • Early October - Deadline application will open in mid-August for applicants whose programs start between December 1 of that year to October 31 of the following year. This cycle encompasses Spring of the following year, Summer of the following year, Fall of the following year, and the following Academic Year.
Internal Deadline for competition:
  • October 15th for the March deadline
  • March 15th for the October deadline
Funding applies to study abroad in Summer, Fall, Academic Year, Spring

Award Purpose Three-to-four week programs for US undergraduate students to explore the culture, heritage and history of the UK while experiencing higher education at a UK university. There are 9 Institutes to choose from, each hosted at a different UK institution (3-10 spots per Institute).
Amount Includes: round-trip airfare, tuition & fees at the host institution, accommodation, and (in some cases) a small daily allowance for meals.
Eligibility US citizen with little or no study/travel outside of the US or North America

Minimum GPA of 3.7

Have at least two years of undergraduate study remaining after the Institute finishes

Evidence of leadership qualities and initiative, academic ability, character, adaptability and ambassadorial qualities, as well as an interest in the UK and its culture.
Deadlines Cancelled for 2021 - no update on 2022 yet

Internal Deadline: October 15th (initial interest; we will assign a faculty member to assist with personal statement)

National Deadline: Applications will open in late Nov and will close in early February.

Semi-finalists informed in March, with required VC interviews in April. Final notifications in early June.

Summer Institutes to take place in June-August.

Award Purpose To provide study/intern abroad opportunities for children of military families
Amount $5000 for child dependents of active-duty service members to study or intern abroad on credit-bearing programs.
Eligibility US citizens and undergraduate child dependents of active military service members; receive any type of Title IV federal financial aid. Must be in process of applying to or accepted for a credit eligible study abroad or internship program of at least three weeks.
Deadlines National Program Deadlines:
Student: Early October for programs that start the following Spring, Summer, Fall or Academic Year.

Check website for additional application deadlines throughout the year.

To Apply for as Sophomores

Award Purpose To fund undergraduate study in the fields of natural sciences, mathematics, and engineering. Seeks to identify and support college sophomores and juniors who show exceptional promise of becoming the country’s next generation of research leaders in these fields.
Amount Each scholar receives an annual amount up to $7,500. A sophomore who receives a Goldwater Scholarship can expect to receive support for a maximum of two years/four semesters. A junior who receives the award can expect to receive support for a maximum of one year/two semesters.
Eligibility Student must be a full-time sophomore or junior student who intends to pursue a research career in a natural science, mathematics, or engineering; be a US citizen, US national, or permanent resident with intent to become a US citizen; and have at least a 3.0 GPA.
Deadlines Internal Deadline:
September 15th (initial interest)

National Program Deadline:
Last Friday of January

Award Purpose To increase opportunities for underrepresented student populations to intern or study abroad. Encourages intern/study abroad in a wide array of countries and in need-critical languages.
Amount $5,000 for summer or semester/academic year study (2900 scholarships offered in 2019)

Award amounts range from $100 to $5000 (with the opportunity to receive a Critical Need Language Award of up to $8000). Financial need is based on the study abroad expenses provided by the applicant’s advisor and additional financial aid information submitted through the application. A Gilman Scholar’s final award amount will be determined by financial need, program length, overall program costs and the strength of the application during the selection panel recommendation process.
Eligibility Student must be a US citizen receiving a Federal Pell Grant and be accepted into a study abroad program (or virtual study abroad program). The entirety of the program must be at least 3 weeks.
Deadlines Internal Deadline: January 15th (initial interest and drafts)

National Program Deadlines:
  • Early March - Deadline application will open in mid-January for applicants whose in-person programs start between May 1 that year to April 30 of the following. This cycle encompasses Summer of that year, Fall of that year, the following Academic Year, and Spring of the following year programs. The application deadline is early March.
  • Early October - Deadline application will open in mid-August for applicants whose programs start between December 1 of that year to October 31 of the following year. This cycle encompasses Spring of the following year, Summer of the following year, Fall of the following year, and the following Academic Year.
Internal Deadline for competition:
  • October 15th for the March deadline
  • March 15th for the October deadline
Funding applies to study abroad in Summer, Fall, Academic Year, Spring

Award Purpose To fund study abroad in a “critical” language. See website for a comprehensive list (includes, Cantonese, Mandarin, Czech, Korean, Japanese, Polish, Portuguese, Turkish, Vietnamese).
Amount Boren Scholarships Maximum Award Amounts:
  • 8-11 weeks: $8,000 for a summer program (STEM majors only)
  • 12-24 weeks: $12,500
  • 25-52 weeks: $25,000
Boren Fellowships Maximum Award Amounts
  • 12-24 weeks: $12,500
  • 25-52 weeks: $25,000
Boren Fellows have the option to apply for up to $12,000 for domestic summer intensive language courses. If requested, the maximum total combined domestic and overseas award amount is $30,000.
Eligibility Student must be studying in a country critical to US interests and underrepresented in study abroad including Africa, Asia, Central & Eastern Europe, Eurasia, Latin America, and the Middle East.
  • U.S. citizens at the time of the national application deadline
  • A high school graduate, or have earned a GED
  • At least 18 years of age or older at the time of the national application deadline
  • Planning an overseas program in a country outside of Western Europe, Canada, Australia, or New Zealand
  • Planning to study in a country of which they are not a citizen
  • Matriculated for the duration of their Boren Awards-funded program in an undergraduate or graduate degree program located within the United States and accredited by a body recognized by the U.S. D.O.E
Deadlines Internal Deadline:
November 15th (initial interest and drafts)

National Program Deadline:
Early February Funding applies to study abroad in Summer 2022, Fall 2022, Spring 2023

Award Purpose Three-to-four week programs for US undergraduate students to explore the culture, heritage and history of the UK while experiencing higher education at a UK university. There are 9 Institutes to choose from, each hosted at a different UK institution (3-10 spots per Institute).
Amount Includes: round-trip airfare, tuition & fees at the host institution, accommodation, and (in some cases) a small daily allowance for meals.
Eligibility US citizen with little or no study/travel outside of the US or North America

Minimum GPA of 3.7

Have at least two years of undergraduate study remaining after the Institute finishes

Evidence of leadership qualities and initiative, academic ability, character, adaptability and ambassadorial qualities, as well as an interest in the UK and its culture.
Deadlines Cancelled for 2021 - no update on 2022 yet

Internal Deadline: October 15th (initial interest; we will assign a faculty member to assist with personal statement)

National Deadline: Applications will open in late Nov and will close in early February.

Semi-finalists informed in March, with required VC interviews in April. Final notifications in early June.

Summer Institutes to take place in June-August.

Award Purpose To provide study/intern abroad opportunities for children of military families
Amount $5000 for child dependents of active-duty service members to study or intern abroad on credit-bearing programs.
Eligibility US citizens and undergraduate child dependents of active military service members; receive any type of Title IV federal financial aid. Must be in process of applying to or accepted for a credit eligible study abroad or internship program of at least three weeks.
Deadlines National Program Deadlines:
Student: Early October for programs that start the following Spring, Summer, Fall or Academic Year.

Check website for additional application deadlines throughout the year.

Award Purpose Scholarship for students pursuing careers related to environmental public policy OR Alaska Natives/Native Americans pursuing careers related to health care or tribal public policy. 
Amount 55 awards, up to $7,000 annually for academic expenses.
Eligibility Student must be a sophomore or junior at an institution of higher education in the United States and is a US citizen, permanent resident, or US national.
Deadlines Internal Deadline: April 15th
(notify Suffolk of initial interest)

Applications Open: Mid-September

National Program Deadline:
Early March

To Apply for as Juniors

Award Purpose To fund undergraduate study in the fields of natural sciences, mathematics, and engineering. Seeks to identify and support college sophomores and juniors who show exceptional promise of becoming the country’s next generation of research leaders in these fields.
Amount Each scholar receives an annual amount up to $7,500. A sophomore who receives a Goldwater Scholarship can expect to receive support for a maximum of two years/four semesters. A junior who receives the award can expect to receive support for a maximum of one year/two semesters.
Eligibility Student must be a full-time sophomore or junior student who intends to pursue a research career in a natural science, mathematics, or engineering; be a US citizen, US national, or permanent resident with intent to become a US citizen; and have at least a 3.0 GPA.
Deadlines Internal Deadline:
September 15th (initial interest)

National Program Deadline:
Last Friday of January

Award Purpose To increase opportunities for underrepresented student populations to intern or study abroad. Encourages intern/study abroad in a wide array of countries and in need-critical languages.
Amount $5,000 for summer or semester/academic year study (2900 scholarships offered in 2019)

Award amounts range from $100 to $5000 (with the opportunity to receive a Critical Need Language Award of up to $8000). Financial need is based on the study abroad expenses provided by the applicant’s advisor and additional financial aid information submitted through the application. A Gilman Scholar’s final award amount will be determined by financial need, program length, overall program costs and the strength of the application during the selection panel recommendation process.
Eligibility Student must be a US citizen receiving a Federal Pell Grant and be accepted into a study abroad program (or virtual study abroad program). The entirety of the program must be at least 3 weeks.
Deadlines Internal Deadline: January 15th (initial interest and drafts)

National Program Deadlines:
  • Early March - Deadline application will open in mid-January for applicants whose in-person programs start between May 1 that year to April 30 of the following. This cycle encompasses Summer of that year, Fall of that year, the following Academic Year, and Spring of the following year programs. The application deadline is early March.
  • Early October - Deadline application will open in mid-August for applicants whose programs start between December 1 of that year to October 31 of the following year. This cycle encompasses Spring of the following year, Summer of the following year, Fall of the following year, and the following Academic Year.
Internal Deadline for competition:
  • October 15th for the March deadline
  • March 15th for the October deadline
Funding applies to study abroad in Summer, Fall, Academic Year, Spring

Award Purpose To fund study abroad in a “critical” language. See website for a comprehensive list (includes, Cantonese, Mandarin, Czech, Korean, Japanese, Polish, Portuguese, Turkish, Vietnamese).
Amount Boren Scholarships Maximum Award Amounts:
  • 8-11 weeks: $8,000 for a summer program (STEM majors only)
  • 12-24 weeks: $12,500
  • 25-52 weeks: $25,000
Boren Fellowships Maximum Award Amounts
  • 12-24 weeks: $12,500
  • 25-52 weeks: $25,000
Boren Fellows have the option to apply for up to $12,000 for domestic summer intensive language courses. If requested, the maximum total combined domestic and overseas award amount is $30,000.
Eligibility Student must be studying in a country critical to US interests and underrepresented in study abroad including Africa, Asia, Central & Eastern Europe, Eurasia, Latin America, and the Middle East.
  • U.S. citizens at the time of the national application deadline
  • A high school graduate, or have earned a GED
  • At least 18 years of age or older at the time of the national application deadline
  • Planning an overseas program in a country outside of Western Europe, Canada, Australia, or New Zealand
  • Planning to study in a country of which they are not a citizen
  • Matriculated for the duration of their Boren Awards-funded program in an undergraduate or graduate degree program located within the United States and accredited by a body recognized by the U.S. D.O.E
Deadlines Internal Deadline:
November 15th (initial interest and drafts)

National Program Deadline:
Early February Funding applies to study abroad in Summer 2022, Fall 2022, Spring 2023

Award Purpose To provide study/intern abroad opportunities for children of military families
Amount $5000 for child dependents of active-duty service members to study or intern abroad on credit-bearing programs.
Eligibility US citizens and undergraduate child dependents of active military service members; receive any type of Title IV federal financial aid. Must be in process of applying to or accepted for a credit eligible study abroad or internship program of at least three weeks.
Deadlines National Program Deadlines:
Student: Early October for programs that start the following Spring, Summer, Fall or Academic Year.

Check website for additional application deadlines throughout the year.

Award Purpose Award covers tuition, room and board (plus $1000 for books) for graduate study in the U.S. or abroad. Scholars who receive funding from the Foundation work for three of the seven years following graduate school in public service.
Amount Up to $30,000 ($15,000 per year for up to two years)
Eligibility Student must be a junior pursuing a full-time Bachelor’s Degree, have a B average in the top 25% of their class, be a US citizen or national, have selected a major that will permit admission to a graduate program leading to a career in government or public service, and have a demonstrated interest in such a career. 55-65 awards offered each year, typically one scholar per state. Each University can nominate up to 4 candidates.
Deadlines Internal Deadline: April 15th
(notify Suffolk of initial interest)

National Program Deadline:
Early February

Award Purpose Graduate Fellowship for students seeking admission to graduate school the following year. 
Amount Up to $40,000 annually towards tuition, fees, living stipend, books, and travel.
Eligibility UG: Student must be a US citizen in their junior year of undergraduate study with a cumulative GPA of 3.2.
G: Student must be a US Citizen with a minimum undergraduate GPA of 3.2 and seeking admission to a two-year, full-time master’s degree. 
Deadlines Internal Deadline: March 15th (notify Suffolk of initial interest / application opens in June)

National Program Deadline:
Mid-September

Award Purpose Scholarship for students pursuing careers related to environmental public policy OR Alaska Natives/Native Americans pursuing careers related to health care or tribal public policy. 
Amount 55 awards, up to $7,000 annually for academic expenses.
Eligibility Student must be a sophomore or junior at an institution of higher education in the United States and is a US citizen, permanent resident, or US national.
Deadlines Internal Deadline: April 15th
(notify Suffolk of initial interest)

Applications Open: Mid-September

National Program Deadline:
Early March

To Apply for as Seniors

Award Purpose Offers students the possibility to spend an academic year in a foreign country through a study/research grant OR an English Teaching Assistantship (ETA).
Amount Funding varies by country, reflecting the cost of living and length of academic year. Grants provide roundtrip transportation, language/orientation classes, tuition, books, living costs, and health and accident insurance.
Eligibility
  • Applicants must be citizens or nationals of the United States of America at the time of application. Permanent residents are not eligible. Please review the Ineligibility section below in relation to the eligibility of dual citizens.
  • Applicants must have a conferred bachelor's degree or equivalent before the start of the grant.
  • Applicants must meet the language requirements of the award to which they are applying and demonstrate sufficient competency to complete their project and adjust to life in the host country.
Deadlines Internal Deadline:
January 15th: Research/Study

March 15th:
English Teaching Assistantships
(we will assign a faculty member to assist with personal statement and statement of grant purpose)

National Program Deadline:
Early to mid-October

Award Purpose To pursue a full-time postgraduate degree in any subject available at the University of Cambridge. The aim of the Gates Cambridge program is to build a global network of future leaders committed to improving the lives of others.
Amount Offers 80 full-cost scholarships to outstanding applicants from countries outside the UK. Approximately two-thirds of these awards will be offered to PhD students, with approximately 25 awards available in the US round and 55 available in the International round.

Award covers the University Composition and College Fees and a living cost allowance of approximately $21,000 per year, roundtrip airfare, and visa fees.
Eligibility Applicants must be a citizen of a country outside of the UK and applying to pursue full-time residential courses at the University of Cambridge as a PhD, MSc or MLitt, or a one-year postgraduate course.

Applications judged on:
  • Academic excellence
  • Reasons for choice of course
  • Commitment to improving the lives of others
  • Capacity for leadership
Deadlines Internal Deadline: March 15th (initial interest; we will assign a faculty member to assist with your Gates Cambridge Statement)

National Program Deadline:
Early to Mid October

Award Purpose Marshall Scholarships finance young Americans of high ability to study for a degree in the United Kingdom. Up to fifty Scholars are selected each year to study at graduate level at an UK institution in any field of study.
Amount Candidates can apply for a one-year or a two-year Marshall Scholarship. The scholarship has a value of around 38,000 GBP or $47,000 USD per year covering tuition, travel, and living expenses.
Eligibility Applicants must be a US citizen with a four-year undergraduate degree from a non-U.K. institution, with at least a 3.7 GPA. Recipients typically have outstanding academic and extracurricular records.

Selectors are looking for candidates with potential to excel as scholars, as leaders, and as contributors to improved UK-US understanding. Assessment will be based on academic merit, leadership potential, and ambassadorial potential.
Deadlines Internal Deadline: March 15th (initial interest)

National Program Deadline:
Late September

Applications for Marshall Scholarships must be submitted to and endorsed by an accredited US University.

Award Purpose The George J. Mitchell Scholarship Program is designed to introduce and connect generations of future American leaders to the island of Ireland, while recognizing and fostering intellectual achievement, leadership, and a commitment to community and public service.

Mitchell Scholars may study or conduct research at the graduate level at eleven institutions of higher learning on the island of Ireland. This includes the seven universities in the Republic of Ireland, two institutes in Dublin, and two universities in Northern Ireland.
Amount The Mitchell Scholarship Program provides full tuition, housing, and a monthly living stipend (currently $1250 USD) for up to one year (12 months) of post-graduate academic study in Ireland. Most programs run for nine months. Up to three additional months of stipend will be provided, if required by the program (for a maximum of 12 months). One round-trip airline ticket between the United States and Ireland is also provided. Each Mitchell Scholar is responsible for securing and financing his or her own health insurance while abroad.
Eligibility Up to twelve Mitchell Scholars between the ages of 18 and 30 are chosen annually for one academic year of postgraduate study in any discipline offered by institutions of higher learning in Ireland and Northern Ireland. Applicants are judged on three criteria:
  • Scholarship
  • Leadership
  • A sustained commitment to community and public service
Deadlines Internal Deadline: March 15th (notify Suffolk of initial interest / application opens in June)

National Program Deadline:
Late September

Award Purpose Prepares students for a career in the Foreign Service by funding a graduate degree and professional development programs.
Amount Funds 20 students in the amount of $37,500 annually to cover tuition, room, board, books, and fees necessary to complete a two-year Master’s degree.
Eligibility Applicants must be US citizens in their senior year of undergraduate study seeking admission to a two-year graduate program with at least a 3.2 GPA. 
Deadlines Internal Deadline: March 15th
(notify Suffolk of initial interest / application opens in June)

National Program Deadline:
End of September

Award Purpose Provides full financial support for Rhodes Scholars to pursue a degree or degrees at the University of Oxford in the United Kingdom. Each year 32 students from the United States are selected as Rhodes Scholars.
Amount Funding covers two or three years, depending upon the degree program pursued by the Scholar.
Eligibility Applicants must be between 18 to 24 years of age. Most are seniors in college who intend to graduate the following spring and attend Oxford that fall. Applicants must be US citizens or permanent residents, and must have completed their undergraduate degree (with at least a 3.7 GPA) by the time they begin their Rhodes Scholarship. 
Deadlines Internal Deadline: March 15th
(notify Suffolk of initial interest / Rhodes application opens in early July)

National Program Deadline:
First Wednesday of October

Award Purpose Graduate Fellowship for students seeking admission to graduate school the following year. 
Amount Up to $40,000 annually towards tuition, fees, living stipend, books, and travel.
Eligibility UG: Student must be a US citizen in their junior year of undergraduate study with a cumulative GPA of 3.2.
G: Student must be a US Citizen with a minimum undergraduate GPA of 3.2 and seeking admission to a two-year, full-time master’s degree. 
Deadlines Internal Deadline: March 15th (notify Suffolk of initial interest / application opens in June)

National Program Deadline:
Mid-September

To Apply for as Alumni

Award Purpose Offers students the possibility to spend an academic year in a foreign country through a study/research grant OR an English Teaching Assistantship (ETA).
Amount Funding varies by country, reflecting the cost of living and length of academic year. Grants provide roundtrip transportation, language/orientation classes, tuition, books, living costs, and health and accident insurance.
Eligibility
  • Applicants must be citizens or nationals of the United States of America at the time of application. Permanent residents are not eligible. Please review the Ineligibility section below in relation to the eligibility of dual citizens.
  • Applicants must have a conferred bachelor's degree or equivalent before the start of the grant.
  • Applicants must meet the language requirements of the award to which they are applying and demonstrate sufficient competency to complete their project and adjust to life in the host country.
Deadlines Internal Deadline:
January 15th: Research/Study

March 15th:
English Teaching Assistantships
(we will assign a faculty member to assist with personal statement and statement of grant purpose)

National Program Deadline:
Early to mid-October

Award Purpose To pursue a full-time postgraduate degree in any subject available at the University of Cambridge. The aim of the Gates Cambridge program is to build a global network of future leaders committed to improving the lives of others.
Amount Offers 80 full-cost scholarships to outstanding applicants from countries outside the UK. Approximately two-thirds of these awards will be offered to PhD students, with approximately 25 awards available in the US round and 55 available in the International round.

Award covers the University Composition and College Fees and a living cost allowance of approximately $21,000 per year, roundtrip airfare, and visa fees.
Eligibility Applicants must be a citizen of a country outside of the UK and applying to pursue full-time residential courses at the University of Cambridge as a PhD, MSc or MLitt, or a one-year postgraduate course.

Applications judged on:
  • Academic excellence
  • Reasons for choice of course
  • Commitment to improving the lives of others
  • Capacity for leadership
Deadlines Internal Deadline: March 15th (initial interest; we will assign a faculty member to assist with your Gates Cambridge Statement)

National Program Deadline:
Early to Mid October

Award Purpose Marshall Scholarships finance young Americans of high ability to study for a degree in the United Kingdom. Up to fifty Scholars are selected each year to study at graduate level at an UK institution in any field of study.
Amount Candidates can apply for a one-year or a two-year Marshall Scholarship. The scholarship has a value of around 38,000 GBP or $47,000 USD per year covering tuition, travel, and living expenses.
Eligibility Applicants must be a US citizen with a four-year undergraduate degree from a non-U.K. institution, with at least a 3.7 GPA. Recipients typically have outstanding academic and extracurricular records.

Selectors are looking for candidates with potential to excel as scholars, as leaders, and as contributors to improved UK-US understanding. Assessment will be based on academic merit, leadership potential, and ambassadorial potential.
Deadlines Internal Deadline: March 15th (initial interest)

National Program Deadline:
Late September

Applications for Marshall Scholarships must be submitted to and endorsed by an accredited US University.

Award Purpose The George J. Mitchell Scholarship Program is designed to introduce and connect generations of future American leaders to the island of Ireland, while recognizing and fostering intellectual achievement, leadership, and a commitment to community and public service.

Mitchell Scholars may study or conduct research at the graduate level at eleven institutions of higher learning on the island of Ireland. This includes the seven universities in the Republic of Ireland, two institutes in Dublin, and two universities in Northern Ireland.
Amount The Mitchell Scholarship Program provides full tuition, housing, and a monthly living stipend (currently $1250 USD) for up to one year (12 months) of post-graduate academic study in Ireland. Most programs run for nine months. Up to three additional months of stipend will be provided, if required by the program (for a maximum of 12 months). One round-trip airline ticket between the United States and Ireland is also provided. Each Mitchell Scholar is responsible for securing and financing his or her own health insurance while abroad.
Eligibility Up to twelve Mitchell Scholars between the ages of 18 and 30 are chosen annually for one academic year of postgraduate study in any discipline offered by institutions of higher learning in Ireland and Northern Ireland. Applicants are judged on three criteria:
  • Scholarship
  • Leadership
  • A sustained commitment to community and public service
Deadlines Internal Deadline: March 15th (notify Suffolk of initial interest / application opens in June)

National Program Deadline:
Late September

Award Purpose Graduate Fellowship for students seeking admission to graduate school the following year. 
Amount Up to $40,000 annually towards tuition, fees, living stipend, books, and travel.
Eligibility UG: Student must be a US citizen in their junior year of undergraduate study with a cumulative GPA of 3.2.
G: Student must be a US Citizen with a minimum undergraduate GPA of 3.2 and seeking admission to a two-year, full-time master’s degree. 
Deadlines Internal Deadline: March 15th (notify Suffolk of initial interest / application opens in June)

National Program Deadline:
Mid-September

Scholarship Contacts

Provost Office: Rachael Kipp
Provost Office: Jessica Murray
Center for Career Equity, Development & Success: Kelley Garland
Center for International Programs & Services: Caela Provost
Division of Student Success: Alina Choo