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The CUFR provides information and advice for undergraduates interested in learning about national fellowships that recognize academic and extracurricular excellence. National fellowships are competitive awards that provide remarkable experiences and support for students interested in many fields, including but not limited to:

  • Careers in public service
  • Engineering
  • Graduate study
  • International affairs
  • Journalism
  • Scientific research
  • Study abroad
  • Teaching

Each year, dozens of undergraduates from all GW schools and majors compete for and win many nationally competitive awards, including but not limited to:

  • Boren
  • Fulbright
  • Goldwater
  • Marshall
  • Pickering
  • Rotary
  • Teach for America
  • Truman

GW-Sponsored Fellowship Programs

GW sponsors several fellowships, which are available to current students and recent graduates and which support an array of rewarding experiences at the undergraduate and postgraduate  level.

Fellowships Requiring GW Nomination or Endorsement

Several nationally competitive fellowship programs require University nomination or endorsement. In some cases, the University may nominate only a limited number of applications. The nomination and endorsement processes differ among these programs. Please consult and read carefully the requirements of each program.