National Scholarship Program
Assisting talented students pursuing national and international scholarships and fellowships. The Central Michigan University National Scholarship Program assists top academic students competing for prestigious annual awards, including the Boren, Fulbright, Gates Cambridge, Goldwater, Mitchell, Madison, Marshall, Rhodes, Truman, and Udall scholarships and fellowships.
Since 2012, CMU has had:
- 11 Fulbright U.S. Students
- 7 Goldwater Scholars
- 4 Boren Scholars/Fellows
- 2 Humanity in Action Fellows (only 26 U.S. students awarded annually)
- 1 Udall Scholar – environment category (only 55 awarded annually)
National Scholarship Program staff work closely with CMU faculty to identify prospective, highly qualified students, and will assist potential candidates throughout the application process to address guidelines, develop ideas, and strengthen and submit the application.
Many of the national scholarships and fellowships require nomination by or endorsement from CMU faculty and the National Scholarship Program Committee.
We encourage you to browse this website to learn more about the National Scholarship Program, and the scholarships and fellowships we support.