Earn A Full-Tuition Scholarship for Your Dedication to Social Change
You want to use your education to make a difference in the world. We want to help you with the Honors Fellows for Social Change Scholarship.
This unique program is an academic minor designed for National University students currently enrolled in their final two years of any bachelor’s degree program and who have an interest in pursuing social change in their own field of study. Each year, the program awards 15 to 20 competitively selected NU students, providing two years of tuition funding towards degree completion.
This scholarship is intended for students invested in applying their education to create positive social change. This selective scholarship will offer full-tuition for up to two years for eligible students. Scholarship recipients will be automatically enrolled in the University’s Honors Minor, which is taken concurrently with the student’s regular program coursework.
The next Honors Cohort is scheduled to begin in January 2021. Students who currently meet the following criteria have received an invitation to apply for the 2021 Cohort:
- Sophomore or junior standing
- Minimum 2.5 GPA at National University
- Account in good standing at the time of application
- Completed the FAFSA form
- 60+ credits remaining toward BA degree completion
- Not graduating before the Honors Fellows Program coursework ends in May 2022
The application deadline for the upcoming cohort is Sunday, November 1, 2020.
If you did not receive an invitation and would like to confirm your eligibility, please direct your inquiry to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Highlighting key student projects:
Debbie Hemphill, Class of 2020
Debbie has launched a project that focuses on how word choice affects the perception and treatment of people with substance-use disorder.
Liz Mecham, Class of 2020
Liz’s project looks at eradicating negative behaviors from the workplace in order to provide better patient care.