The Udall Scholarship seeks to find and support undergraduate students from any ethnic group who demonstrate a commitment to improving or preserving the environment and to Native American undergraduates committed to a career in health care or tribal public policy. Students who...
- Are current sophomores or juniors and have at least a 3.0 GPA...
- Have a strong record of leadership and public service outside of the classroom...
- Are committed to pursuing a career related to the environment...
...should strongly consider applying for a Udall Scholarship.
Students interested in competing in the Udall Scholarship competition must participate in the campus application process. The application is due to Brit Chase [Honors College, 50 University Heights; 656-4658;] at noon on the day of the internal deadline and is available online. All applicant application materials, including transcripts, essays and letters of recommendation must be uploaded into the Udall Scholarship application form. To register for a Udall application, contact Brit Chase in the Office of Fellowships Advising.
After the Application is Submitted
The University of Vermont Fellowships Committee is allowed to nominate up to six UVM Students to participate in the national competition. These students will have time to revise their proposals before the national deadline in March.
In early April, the Udall Foundation announces the names of Udall Scholars and Honorable Mentions.
For More Information
Visit the official Udall Scholarship website.
Last modified September 19 2012 01:04 PM