Graduate Scholarships for students with demonstrated financial need who are planning to study Arts, Humanities or Social Sciences. Apply as a Junior.

Deadline

January 17, 2023

11:59AM EST

Timeline for Applying

Contact

NCS
ncs-ousf@duke.edu

Award recipients

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Valerie Muensterman

Beinecke Scholar
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Ashlyn Nuckols

Beinecke Scholar, Fulbright Scholar

Quick facts

Academic Discipline

Arts
Fine and Performing Arts
Humanities
Humanities and Research
Social Science Research
Social Sciences

Citizenship

US Citizen

Status

Junior

Location

Domestic

Endorsement Required

Yes

Award Amount

$4000 during senior year, $30,000 during graduate school

Description

This scholarship is to support students of exceptional promise as they attend graduate school. Students may attend the graduate school of their choice, and may supplement this award with others. A student receives $4,000 in their senior year of college and $30,000 while in graduate school. Duke may nominate one junior applicant annually.

Eligibility

Demonstrated financial need. US Citizen or United States National from American Samoa or the Commonwealth of the Northern Mariana Islands.

Process for Duke's Beinecke Nomination
ActionLinkDate
Connect with an OUSF advisor to learn about the application processSchedule an Appointment

Open office hours every Monday at 4:00pm, or by appointment

Complete a NCS Registration Form to access the full application instructions

NCS Registration

Anytime - the earlier, the better!
Work on application materials and check in with NCS and faculty advisers September-December
Deadline for complete Campus Applications, including all forms, resume, transcript, and essayOUSF Submission PlatformTuesday, January 17th, 12p.m. (noon)
Deadline for all letters of recommendation 

Tuesday, January 17th, 12p.m. (noon)

Duke nominee named by NCS Late January

 

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