The McCall MacBain Scholarships provide funding for a master’s degree or second-entry professional undergraduate program at McGill University. The scholarship covers tuition and fees for enrollment, a living stipend, and a relocation grant for moving to Montréal. This program creates a community of scholars and leaders who come together as a cohort during annual summer retreats, bi-weekly seminars, monthly speaker series, and connect with global thinkers through an annual Principal’s Lecture, workshops, and other events. All while studying in one of the world’s greatest multicultural and multilingual cities.
Former Kalamazoo College president Herbert Lee Stetson, in his will, provided an endowment
for a fellowship: “to be given to Kalamazoo College for a graduate of the institution to pursue
work at one of the following universities: Harvard, Yale, Johns Hopkins, or [University of]
Chicago, or at a European university.” The fellowship is not to be used towards professional
study (i.e. MD, JD, MDiv) except for education.
The fund allows for the award of an approximately $1,000 non-renewable fellowship.
Deadline to Apply: Friday of 7th week, Spring Term (May 13, 2022)
- Brief statement about your professional goals and what graduate program you will be/are pursuing
- PDF copy of your admission letter to an eligible graduate program of study (it must state the name of the program and the institution)
- Documentation of your intention to enroll or proof of current enrollment in the program (a copy of your response form or proof of enrollment deposit)
The A.G. Bell Scholarship provides $1,500-$2,500 scholarships for students who are deaf and hard of hearing and are pursuing a degree at an accredited university.
The Paul and Daisy Soros Foundation Fellowship for New Americans is designed to help New Americans with funding for graduate studies in the United States.
The Josephine de Karman Scholarship provides 8 scholarships of $14,000 each for undergraduate students of any discipline who maintain high academic standards.
The Quad Fellowship is an opportunity that was created through the collaboration of the United States, Australia, India, and Japan designed to foster connections between the next generation of scientists and technologists. This program will sponsor 100 STEM applicants’ master’s and doctorate studies in the United States. Applicants must be a citizen of one of the Quad partner countries.
The Woodrow Wilson Teaching Fellowship includes enrollment in a master’s degree program, preparation for teacher certification in STEM, placement in a high-need high school in Indiana, Georgia, Michigan, Ohio or New Jersey. STEM majors are eligible.
The Tylenol Future Care Scholarship provides funding for students in healthcare related fields including human medicine, dentistry, nursing, and public health.
The Thermo Scientific Pierce Scholarship is an opportunity for biology and chemistry majors of all levels, including seniors heading to
graduate school, to earn up to $10,000 for undergraduate or graduate school.
The Soros Fellowship for New Americans provides two years of support (up to $90,000) for any graduate or advanced degree program for “New Americans” (naturalized citizens, permanent residents, DACA recipients, child of naturalized citizens, foreign born adoptee of American citizens).