Fellowships & Scholarships
The Office of Fellowships and Scholarships assists students applying for nationally and internationally competitive merit scholarship programs that support undergraduate or graduate study, research, or work experiences, here or abroad. Fellowships support students in their efforts to do great work in the world and open doors to mentoring, graduate schools, and careers.
Mercer University encourages students to apply for national fellowships and scholarships. The Office of National Fellowships and Scholarships offers workshops and assists with applications, personal statements, and recommendations.We assist students with a number of awards, including the Goldwater, Marshall, Truman, Gates Cambridge, Udall, NSF, Boren, Gilman, and Rhodes Scholarships. We seek to inform students as early as their freshmen and sophomore years about specific opportunities and to design plans for development. We also collaborate with campus faculty and staff to identify potential student scholars, and provide information and recognition to students through workshops and events.
Information Sessions and Workshops for Spring 2019
- REU/SURF information session, Friday, January 18, 3:00 pm, Godsey Science Center 103
- Peace Corps Prep information session, Friday, January 25, 4:00 pm, Connell Student Center 2
- Gilman Scholarship information session, Wednesday, February 6, 6:00 pm, Ryals 206
- Gilman Scholarship essay workshop, Wednesday, February 13, 6:00 pm, Honors House
- Fulbright information session, Monday, April 1, 4:30pm, Knight 100
- Fulbright information session, Thursday, April 4, 3:00pm, Knight 104
- Fulbright information session, Thursday, April 11, 3:00pm, Knight 104
- Cameron Kunzelman, Coordinator of Fellowships and Scholarships, email@example.com, (478) 301-4051
- David A. Davis, Director of Fellowships and Scholarships, firstname.lastname@example.org, (478) 301-2358
- Make an appointment
The Office of Fellowships and Scholarships is located in the Honors House, the yellow house with a green roof, on Ash Street. For updates on workshops and funding opportunities, like us on Facebook.