Thank you for visiting Fellowship Advising! We invite you to explore the areas of this web site, do some research, and then visit us in person to discuss which nationally competitive scholarships are right for you. While these awards are competitive, they also offer you tremendous opportunites for personal growth, exploration, and exposure to extraordinary experiences that you may not otherwise get the chance to experience.
Applying to one of these awards is just the first step. Creating an application will provide you with a crash course in understanding yourself, your motivations, and your goals. Even if you don't advance in the competition, you are better prepared to move ahead in your life. We have had a number of successes over the years, and we invite you to take the first step.
Fellowship Advising in the news:
April 2014: Lee Ayscue '15, one of 6 Virginia undergraduate students, is named a Goldwater Scholar
November 2013: Two Hampden-Sydney students receive Teach for America awards for Mississippi and North Carolina
June 2013: Two Hampden-Sydney students receive Gilman Scholarships for study abroad
Spring 2013: Lewis Bell '13 receives a Fulbright English Teaching Assistantship to Greece for the 2013-2014 academic year
Spring 2013: Alex Price '13 receives an NCAA Postgraduate Scholarship to study Medical Physics at Duke University
2011/2012: Ryan Carter '13 receives a Truman Scholarship and is selected to participate in the Institute for Responsible Citizens
2010: The Record recognizes Fellowship Advising success with Fulbright awards
We look forward to meeting you soon,
Dr. Lowell T. Frye
Elliot Professor of Rhetoric and Humanities
Morton 016 (inside The Writing Center)
Becca Snyder, M.Ed.
Associate Director, Career Education and Vocational Reflection
Administrative Manager, Office of Fellowship Advising