First Name: * Last Name: * Preferred Email Address: * Current Affiliation with the University of Chicago? * Undergraduate Student Alumni UCID Graduation Year (Actual or Expected) * Month MonthJanFebMarAprMayJunJulAugSepOctNovDec Day Day12345678910111213141516171819202122232425262728293031 Year Year200820092010201120122013201420152016201720182019202020212022 Major(s) * Type "Undecided" if applicable. Minor(s) Leave blank if not applicable. How did you hear about CCRF? Website Faculty referral Adviser referral Peer referral CCRF Presentation CCRF Poster/Handout Other Check all that apply. Please indicate the primary fellowship you are currently interested in: * This will help us set up an advising meeting. You can indicate interest in additional fellowships in the next question. - Select -Beinecke ScholarshipBoren ScholarshipFulbright English Teaching AssistantshipFulbright Study/Research GrantGates Cambridge ScholarshipGoldwater ScholarshipUS-UK Fulbright Summer InstitutesLilly Graduate Fellows ProgramLuce ScholarshipMarshall ScholarshipMitchell ScholarshipNSF Graduate Research FellowshipRhodes ScholarshipSchwarzman ScholarshipTruman ScholarshipUdall ScholarshipPickering AwardsDavisYenching AcademyErtegun AwardNIH Oxford-Cambridge FellowsAstronaut FellowshipCarnegie Endowment Junior Peace PrizeCritical Language ScholarshiPrinceton-in-AsiaMichel-David Weil (SciencePo)JET (Japanese English Teaching)DAAD RiseDAAD Graduate StudyPublic Policy and International Affairs (PPIA)KillamKnight-HennessyUnsure, 1st or 2nd Year StudentUnsure, 3rd or 4th Year Student If your primary interest is in the Fulbright Grant (Study/Research or English Teaching Assistantship) please set a meeting with Nicholas Morris using this link to Appointment Manager. Please indicate any additional fellowships you are currently interested in: Beinecke Scholarship Boren Scholarship Fulbright English Teaching Assistantship Fulbright Study/Research Grant Gates Cambridge Scholarship Goldwater Scholarship US-UK Fulbright Summer Institutes Lilly Graduate Fellows Program Luce Scholarship Marshall Scholarship Mitchell Scholarship NSF Graduate Research Fellowship Rhodes Scholarship Schwarzman Scholarship Truman Scholarship Udall Scholarship Pickering Awards Davis Yenching Academy Ertegun Award NIH Oxford-Cambridge Fellows Astronaut Fellowship Carnegie Endowment Junior Peace Prize Critical Language Scholarshi Princeton-in-Asia Michel-David Weil (SciencePo) JET (Japanese English Teaching) DAAD Rise DAAD Graduate Study Public Policy and International Affairs (PPIA) Killam Knight-Hennessy I am interested in getting involved in undergraduate research. Yes No If available, please attach a copy of your most current resume: Files must be less than 2 MB.Allowed file types: pdf doc docx. If you are unsure about what opportunity you're most interested in: Before completing this intake form, please take some time to review sections of our website designed to help students begin the brainstorming process involved with Nationally Competitive Scholarships. An Overview: Nationally competitive, merit-based scholarships and fellowships afford students the opportunity to pursue a variety of experiences including graduate school, international study and language training, advanced research, and public service. They are generally awarded based on students’ potential as indicated by previous accomplishments both on and off their university campus. Approaching the undergraduate experience strategically, setting goals and making plans are critical in competing for national opportunities. Allowing for the necessary time to reflect on one’s hopes, dreams, core-values, sense of purpose, and future plans will make for a stronger candidate and help to maximize the benefits of the entire application process, not just the outcome. It is, in fact, the process that is so highly valued by the CCSA and one which will benefit the student applicant for not only scholarship and fellowship applications, but also in mindfully approaching decisions about majors, research and thesis work, social engagement, graduate studies, and professional directions. Getting Started No matter what your year, we have resources to help get you started exploring opportunities pertinent to your interests and ambitions. All Undergraduates We detail out ways and means to think about building a competitive profile as an applicant for a scholarship or fellowship. Our guidance follows a three-pronged approach, highlighting Leadership, Research, and International Engagement: National Funding for Leadership National Funding for Research National Funding for International Engagement International Students Some funding sources restrict eligibility by citizenship; we highlight the bevy of opportunities that are available to students from all over the globe. Alumni of the College If you're getting into the fellowships game after graduating, the CCSA is here to support you! Advice for All Applicants The central hub for advice on the components of a competitive application. Whether you need help thinking about your CV, Personal Statement, Letters of Recommendation, Making Connections, or Preparing for Interviews, the information contained on this page will help jumpstart your process.