Scholarships & Fellowships
Scholarships for Incoming Honors Students
The Lena Anne Gordon International Honors College Scholarship
The Lena Anne Gordon Lloyd International Honors College Scholarship recognizes two incoming first-year students with one-time merit scholarships of $1,250. Recipients are students who are currently admitted to Lloyd International Honors College with preference given to students in the School of Education, the School of Health and Human Sciences, and the School of Music, Theatre, and Dance. Recipients are selected by a committee appointed by the Dean of Lloyd International Honors College, working in coordination with the Financial Aid Office. Students who receive a Gordon Honors College Scholarship are expected to maintain the high standards of conduct and academic performance befitting of an Honors College student. No separate application is necessary to be considered for the Lena Anne Gordon Lloyd International Honors College Scholarship. Read more...
Scholarships for Current Honors Students
Lichtin Family Honors Scholarship
Through the generosity of Noel Lichtin, an alumna of UNCG, and her family, Lloyd International Honors College is delighted to offer the Lichtin Family Honors Scholarship to a rising junior or senior Honors student with exemplary past academic performance and promise for continued high level work in Honors. The competitive, merit scholarship is awarded annually at the Honors Banquet in the spring and carries an award of up to $1,100.
To apply, click on the PDF forms linked below. The completed application, personal statement and two reference forms must be submitted to the Honors College office in 205 Foust by Friday, March 28, 2014.
Prestigious International/National Fellowships
Students in Lloyd International Honors College are highly competitive for major national and international awards. The Global Engagement Office (and, in the case of the Gilman and the Boren, the International Programs Center) provides advising and support for these fellowship opportunities, but you should seek out information several months before you plan to apply.
For further information, please thoroughly review the awards and deadlines at: fellowships.uncg.edu
For advising please contact:
Steve Flynn, Coordinator, Prestigious International/National Fellowships, Foust 216, (336) 256-8597, email@example.com
Alphabetical Listing of Awards
This listing is not comprehensive, and is intended to serve only as a guide. Contact the relevant office for UNCG campus deadlines, if applicable, and/or the granting organization for further information about eligibility, deadlines, and application procedures.
Boren Scholarships: to engage in a study abroad experience in a country outside of Western Europe, Canada, Australia, or New Zealand that meets home institution standards; must plan to use the scholarship for study abroad, and the study abroad program ends before you receive your undergraduate degree. UNCG Campus Rep: Tom Martinek, International Programs Center.
British Marshall: Apply as a junior. Pays all fees and living expenses for graduate study at any university in the United Kingdom (Great Britain, Northern Ireland, Scotland, and Wales). Highly competitive. Up to 40 scholarships awarded per year.
Fulbright: Apply as a junior, senior, or graduate student. Supports a year of independent research, study, or teaching in a foreign country. Individual countries have specific and varying requirements that should be studied carefully. Approximately 650 awards are made annually. Open to seniors, recent graduates, and graduate students.
Gilman: Open to all U.S. citizen undergraduates, in good academic standing, who are receiving a Federal Pell Grant or provide proof that he/she will be receiving a Pell Grant at the time of application or during the term of his/her study abroad. Deadlines fall and spring. UNCG Campus Rep: Tom Martinek, International Programs Center.
Goldwater: Apply as a sophomore or junior. Pays up to $7500 per year for undergraduate study for rising juniors and seniors (sophomores and juniors in 2008-09) who are planning a career in mathematics, the natural sciences, or engineering. Approximately 300 are awarded each year.
Mitchell: Apply as a junior. Pays for one year of graduate study at any Irish university. No restrictions on academic field of study. Covers tuition and fees (not room and board) at an average $23,000 per year.
Rhodes: Apply as a junior. Pays all fees and living expenses for a student to take a graduate degree at Oxford University. Applicants should have a 3.8-4.0 GPA, a record of leadership, and the ability to handle a serious interview. Up to 32 Rhodes Scholars are selected annually.
Truman: Apply as a sophomore. Pays up to $30,000 toward two years of graduate study at any university. Applicants should intend to pursue a life of public service, whether in the public or the private sector, with the aim of enhancing the way governmentlocal, state, or nationalserves its citizens. Up to 85 awards are made annually. A 3.7-4.0 GPA is needed for consideration.
Udall: Apply as a sophomore or junior. Awards of $5000 to juniors and seniors in fields related to the environment or Native American health care or policy issues.
Lloyd International Honors College Winners
Since 1997, UNCG undergraduate and graduate students have won 17 Fulbright awards. Of those, three have been students of Lloyd International Honors College:
2010-11 Fulbright Winner
(Photo Fall 2010 Kirby's office
in Korea with host Mom)
2008 Fulbright Winner
2007 Fulbright Winner
Gates Cambridge Scholarship
Margaret Carpenter (Music, 2011) is among 30 American students who entered the University of Cambridge in England as a 2011 Gates Cambridge Scholars. She is the first UNCG student to be selected for the award, which is funded by the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation. A senior from Charlotte, Margaret will pursue a Master of Music degree in choral studies at the prestigious university, which is the second oldest in the English-speaking world.
Zimuzor Ugochukwu (Biology 2011) is the first UNCG student to win the prestigious Luce Scholarship. She is spending the 2011-12 year in India under the sponsorship of this fellowship.
The Luce Scholars Program provides stipends, language training, and individualized professional placement in Asia for 15-18 scholars each year, and welcomes applications from college seniors, graduate students and young professionals in a variety of fields who have had limited exposure to Asia.
Ugochukwu's road to a Luce fellowship was not an easy one. Only 75 U.S. universities - institutions such as Harvard, Princeton and Yale - can nominate applicants for Luce Scholars, and each has three nominating slots per year. Since UNCG is not a Luce-nominating institution, Ugochukwu sought several other options before Williams College in Massachusetts agreed to nominate her.
Critical Language Scholarship
Thomas Liles, a May 2011 UNCG graduate, was awarded a Critical Language Scholarship to take intensive Russian courses at the Federal University of Kazan in Tatarstan, Russia, during the summer 2011.
Liles, of Asheboro, triple majored in music performance, German, and international and global studies and minored in political science. A member of UNCG's Lloyd International Honors College, he also studied abroad in Klagenfurt, Austria. He won first prize in the past two Honors College symposia and graduated with full university honors.
The Critical Language Scholarship, a competitive award sponsored by the U.S. Department of State, is part of an effort by the U.S. government to dramatically expand the number of Americans studying and mastering critical need foreign languages.