Through the generosity of our donors, Lloyd International Honors College is able to award several scholarships in incoming, first-year students each year. All students who submit their UNCG AND Supplemental Honors College applications will be considered for the scholarships listed below. Students who submit applications by the priority deadline of December 1, 2020 will also be considered for the Blue and Gold Scholarships awarded by UNCG.
The Honors College awards the prestigious Katharine Smith Reynolds Scholarship, which is made possible by the Z. Smith Reynolds Foundation of Winston-Salem for North Carolina residents, and the Class of ’55 Scholarship, endowed by the Woman’s College of the University of North Carolina’s graduating class of 1955. Both scholarships receive four years of generous funding ($8000 per year) and are eligible to receive stipends for community service involvement ($1250), participation in an internship ($1250), and study abroad ($2500*).
*This amount is in lieu of the regular LIHC travel scholarship, currently $1,100 for a UNCG semester-long study away experience.
Once the application is submitted, students in contention for the Reynolds or Class of ’55 Scholarship will be contacted to schedule a brief phone interview. After the phone interview, finalists will be invited for a Zoom interview with Honors College and UNCG community members. Scholarship offers will be made throughout the application cycle.
The Lena Anne Gordon Lloyd International Honors College Scholarship recognizes up to three incoming first-year students with one-time merit scholarships of up to $2,500. Recipients are students who are 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 College of Visual and Performing Arts.
The Nancye Baker Bryan ’66 Lloyd International Honors College Scholarship recognizes one incoming first-year student intending to major in political science, math, chemistry, and biology (including the teaching tracks) with a one-time merit scholarship of up to $1,000.
The Wade “Jack” Hartman and Mildred Creech Moore Scholarship recognizes one incoming first-year student in any area of study, including Exploratory, with a one-time merit scholarship of up to $1,000.
The S’Eason of Peace Scholarship recognizes one incoming first-year student in any area of study, including Exploratory, with a one-time merit scholarship of up to $1,000. The scholarship will be awarded to a student with demonstrated financial need.
Each spring, the Honors College awards scholarships made possible by the generosity of donors who are passionate about Honors education and UNCG. Each scholarship specifies a major, Honors program, or class year, so please read descriptions closely. Eligible students are encouraged to apply by logging into the Spartan Scholarship System (S3) at https://uncg.academicworks.com/ and signing in using UNCG credentials. Follow the directions in the system to apply! Contact Dr. Rebecca Muich at firstname.lastname@example.org with any question you may have.
Through the generosity of Noel Lichtin, an alumna of UNCG, and her family, Lloyd International Honors College is delighted to offer two Lichtin Family Honors Scholarships: one to a rising junior and one to a rising 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 $2,000.
Awards are made on the basis of past academic performance, a personal statement, and two letters of recommendation.
Through the generosity of Frances Turner Ross (’56), Lloyd International Honors College is delighted to offer the Fran and Glenn Ross Honors Scholarship to a rising sophomore International Honors student with exemplary past academic performance and promise for continued high level work in Honors. We seek applications from an active rising sophomore in any area of study. The competitive, merit-based scholarship is awarded annually and carries an award of up to $500.
Through the generosity of Joe M. and Jeannie Daniels Felts (’68), Lloyd International Honors College is delighted to offer the Joe M. and Jeannie Daniels Felts Endowed Scholarship to a current Honors student (International, Disciplinary, or Full) with exemplary past academic performance and promise for continued high level work in the visual arts. We seek applications from active Honors students majoring in Studio Art, Art History, Art Education, New Media and Design, Painting, Sculpture and Ceramics, Photography, or Printmaking and Drawing. The competitive, merit-based scholarship is awarded annually and carries an award of up to $500.
Through the generosity of Judy Paulette Newton Scurry (‘68) and the late William Cooper Scurry, Sr., Lloyd International Honors College is delighted to offer the Scurry Family Scholarship to three current Disciplinary or Full Honors students with exemplary past academic performance and promise for continued high level work in biology, psychology, and nursing. We seek applications from active Disciplinary for Full Honors students majoring in biology (BA or BS with any concentration), psychology (BA or BS), and nursing (BSN, including the VAP program). Each competitive, merit-based scholarship is awarded annually and carries an award of up to $500.
Through the generosity of Don and Mary Gay Brady, the Lloyd International Honors College is delighted to offer the Betty McGowan Brady Scholars to current Honors student (International, Disciplinary, or Full Honors) students with exemplary past academic performance and promise for continued high level work in nursing. Recipients will be residents of Guilford County with preference given to students who graduated from a Guilford County high school.
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 further information about scholarships, fellowships, or the Fulbright Research program, or to set up an appointment, please fill out this inquiry form.
For advising please contact:
Dr. Angela Bolte, Assistant Dean, Lloyd International Honors College – email@example.com
Dr. Rebecca Muich, Assistant Dean, Lloyd International Honors College – firstname.lastname@example.org
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.