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2015 Undergraduate Scholarship & Fellowship Fair2015 Undergraduate Scholarship & Fellowship Fair

Join us for the Fair! RSVP to let us know you want to attend, and we'll send you a reminder email the day before the fair so you don't miss it! View the full list of participating programs.

Scholarship Program Information Sessions

October 29, 2015, Mary Gates Hall room 171

In addition to attending the Fair and talking to program representatives hosting tables, consider attending an information session for more targeted and detailed opportunities to learn about programs. RSVP for any of these info sessions.

10:30am - Foreign Language & Area Studies (FLAS) Fellowships

  • FLAS Fellowships support UW students in acquiring modern foreign languages and area or international studies competencies. Available to U.S. citizens or permanent residents for both academic year and summer study.

11:30am - Summer Medical Dental Educaiton Program

  • SMDEP is a six-week enrichment program for underrepresented college freshmen and sophomores interested in medicine or dentistry. The program will offer each scholar intensive enrichment in core science courses, clinical exposure, mentor shadowing and much more. The UW simultaneously aims to provide its participants with a deeper understanding of the needs of underserved communities within a supportive and diverse environment.

12:30pm - Marshall Scholarships

  • Marshall Scholarships finance young Americans of high ability to study for a graduate degree in the United Kingdom. Up to forty Scholars are selected each year to study at graduate level at an UK institution in any field of study.

1:30pm - Phillip Yin & Friends American Dream Foundation

  • Phillip Yin and Friends American Dream Foundation (PYFADF) was founded on the belief that every student should have the opportunity to fulfill their educational goals. The Foundation helps motivated students by sharing a part of their financial burden associated with going to a university. The PYFADF provides scholarships to UW undergraduate students (of any program) in their first year of study (freshmen or transfer students) to cover tuition or related educational expenses such as books, lab fees, cost of living and others.