vi·brant: ['vaɪbr ənt] a (1) : oscillating or pulsating rapidly (2) : pulsating with life, vigor, or activity.
“I felt the scholarship funding allowed me to explore more of what the University offered beyond the classroom and put me in touch with people who helped me have a full and vibrant experience while in school.”
The Office of Fellowships & Scholar Programs is the home base for Carolina, Stamps Carolina, McNair, Hamilton and Horseshoe Scholars. Here they are provided advisement and support on a full and vibrant array of high-impact opportunities that distinguish them in their pursuit of national fellowships, internship placements, acceptance to graduate schools, and employment. Our scholars view their funding as an opportunity, not simply a reward for academic achievement. And they are among some of the most giving, spirited and appreciative students at Carolina.
Clayton Buckaloo, Stamps Carolina Scholar sophomore from Charleston, South Carolina; majoring in International Business:
“When I discovered and seized the opportunity to travel to China with the Confucius Institute, I was able to merge my curiosity for wold cultures, interest in international business, and unyielding desire to have a personal experience in China. I realized that in order to begin to understand China, I have to learn about the Chinese people. Traveling is learing about the people. This generation is one of world citizens, of which I am thrilled to get to know. Our scholars have no limits in pursuing their dreams.”
Our scholars have no limits in pursuing their dreams.
- For fall 2015, at least five scholars were accepted by Ivy League graduate schools - three to Penn, one to Brown and one to Harvard.
- Our Scholar alumni flourish as outdoor educators, business consultants, artists, professors, environmentalists, journalists, parents, clergy, engineers, pharmacists, and more.
- This past academic year, 64 of our scholars traveled to 23 different countries in one academic year. As of summer 2015, 48% of all of our scholars have been abroad at least once..
We Want to See You!
The Last Lecture Series with Dr. Duncan Buell, Department of Computer Science
Wednesday, October 14 at 7 p.m.
Gressette Room, Harper College, Third Floor
NSF Life Sciences, Geosciences Electronic Deadline
Monday, October 26 at 8 p.m. ET
NSF Engineering, Computer Information Science & Engineering, Materials Research Electronic Deadline
Tuesday, October 27 at 8 p.m. ET
Pickering, Rangel and Payne Fellowships Workshop
Tuesday, October 27 at 4:00 p.m.
NSF Mathematical Sciences, Chemistry, Physics & Astronomy Electronic Deadline
Friday, October 30 at 8 p.m. ET