Important Dates


  • January 13th: Coro FellowshipExplore cross-sector issues with U.S. cities as your classroom More Info 
  • January 31st: Hollings ScholarshipStudy oceanic and atmospheric science and intern at a N.O.A.A. facility More Info 
  • January 31st: Boren ScholarshipSpend up to a year studying a critical language abroad More Info 
  • February 1st: Amgen Scholars ProgramSummer research opportunity at one of 24 cutting-edge research institutions More Info 
  • February 1st: Fulbright US-UK Summer InstituteCultivate a more global perspective in the U.K. More Info 
  • February 1st: Florida Gubernatorial FellowshipWork with top leaders in key areas of state government More Info 
  • February 1st: Pat Tillman ScholarshipEmpowering veterans, active duty service members, and military spouses as leaders committed to service beyond self More Info 
  • February 2nd: Southern Education Leadership Initiative (SELI)Summer internship towards advancing racial equity and improving K-college education More Info 
  • February 6th: Rangel Summer EnrichmentPrepare for an international affairs career in Washington, D.C. More Info 
  • February 7th: Udall Scholarship (FSU campus deadline)Commitment to issues related to Native American Nations or the environment More Info 
  • Not yet posted, typically early/mid February: Humanity in ActionStudy the roots of discrimination in cities across the globe More Info 
  • March 2nd: James Madison Memorial FellowshipSupport for graduate study that focuses on the constitution and contemporary relevance More Info 
  • March 7th: Gilman ScholarshipIf you are a Pell-grant recipient, spend up to a year abroad More Info 


*All workshops will be offered as hybrid events, unless otherwise noted. They will take place over Zoom and in HSF 3008 (unless otherwise stated). Please still register if you plan to attend in person. Thank you!*

  • January 11th @ 11:30 AM ET - Benjamin A. Gilman International Scholarship Workshop | Register Here 

  • January 17th @ 4:00 PM ET – Summer Fellowships: US-UK, NSF-REU, Humanity in Action, Rangel Enrichment Summer Program, and more | Register Here 

  • February 6th @ 10:00 AM ET - Fulbright U.S. Student Program: Overview Workshop | Register Here  

  • February 7th @ 11:00 AM ET - Fulbright Programs Workshop: English Teaching Assistantships (ETA) | Register Here 

  • February 8th @ 10:00 AM ET - Fulbright Programs Workshop: Study/Research Awards | Register Here 

  • February 9th: 10 AM - Noon ET - Fulbright U.S. Student Program: Open Advisor Office Hours | Register Here 

  • March 4th @ 10:00 AM ET – Marshall Scholarship Presentation: In partnership with the British Consulate in Miami, FL  | VIRTUAL ONLY (Please register in advance here)

  • March 4th @ 4:00 PM ET – Clarke DS Fellowship Info Session presented by The Washington Center | VIRTUAL ONLY (Please register in advance here

  • March 5th @ 1:30 PM ET – Fellowships for 1st and 2nd Year Students | Register Here 

  • March 6th @ 3:00 PM ET – Personal Statement Writing Workshop presented by ONF, OGFA, and The Reading-Writing Center | IN-PERSON EVENT - HSF 3008 (Please register in advance here

  • March 7th @ 1:00 PM ET – Graduate Study in the U.K.: Rhodes, Marshall, Fulbright | Register Here 

  • March 28th @ Noon ET – Public Service Fellowships: Truman, Pickering, Rangel, and Payne Scholarships | Register Here 

  • April 10th @ 3:00 PM ET – Writing Workshop | IN-PERSON EVENT - HSF 3008 (Please register in advance here

  • April 11th @ 3:30 PM ET – Fulbright Programs Workshop: Overview of Campus Guidelines & Expectations | Register Here 

  • April 16th @ 11:30 AM ET –DAAD & German Study Fellowships: ​In partnership with Dr. Dana Weber & the Office of National Fellowships | Register Here

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