Syracuse University has resources available to students who are interested in applying for nationally competitive scholarships and fellowships.
CCE Students in the past have won the following scholarships:
Critical Language Scholarship: Intensive in country summer language immersion programs
Fulbright Scholarships: English teaching, research and study opportunities in over 40 counties
Gilman Scholarship: Undergraduate grant program for US citizens of limited financial means to enable them to study abroad (Pell Grant recipients)
McNair Scholars Program: Federally funded TRIP program that prepares high achieving undergraduates for graduate/doctoral studies with hands-on research, academic services and financial support.
Remembrance Scholars: one of the highest awards a Syracuse University Student can receive. Is awarded to juniors chosen for distinguished scholarship, citizenship and service to the community.
Coronat Scholars: highly competitive opportunity for students with outstanding intellectual curiosity, accomplishment and courage, who are committed to serving others. This is a full tuition 4 year scholarship for the College of Arts and Sciences/Maxwell School. (FOR INCOMING STUDENTS)
Syracuse Scholars: given each year to 8-12 academically outstanding graduating seniors.
And have been finalists or applied to the following scholarships:
Beneicke Scholarship: Seeks to encourage and enable highly motivated students to pursue graduate studies in the arts, humanities and social sciences.
Boren Undergraduate Scholarship: Provides language training and cultural immersion in areas critical to US interests but underrepresented in study broad.
The Rhodes Scholarship: The oldest and most celebrated international fellowship award in the world.
Truman Scholarship: Premier national scholarship awarded to college juniors with demonstrated leadership potential who want to pursue a career serving the public.
All CCE Students have access to the Syracuse University Center for Fellowship and Scholarship Advising. They provide one on one meetings, support and writing workshops for students interested in applying for, or learning more about, nationally competitive scholarships and fellowships.