February 2016


Duke University seniors Laura Roberts of Dallas and John “Jay” Ruckelshaus of Indianapolis were among the 32 recipients selected this weekend for prestigious Rhodes Scholarships. Roberts is a Global Human Rights Scholar and Lowell Aptman Prize finalist. Ruckelshaus is a Harry S. Truman Scholar and Angier B. Duke Scholar. Read the full Duke Today article here.


OUSF is the resource center for all Duke students eligible to apply for nationally competitive scholarships: the Rhodes, Marshall, Churchill, Gates-Cambridge, Soros, Fulbright, and Luce among them. OUSF also serves undergraduates who are eligible to apply for awards granted in advance of graduation: the Truman and Beinecke, for example, which are designed to help support post-graduate education, or the Boren, Udall and Goldwater, which provide some undergraduate tuition assistance. Click on the scholarships and fellowships below or use the search tools provided on the left.

Featured Nationally Competitive Scholarships

For Sophomores and Juniors

For Seniors or Students entering Graduate School

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