Is ONSF Right for You?
The Office of National Scholarships and Fellowships (ONSF) fosters the intellectual and personal growth of students at the University of Connecticut who are competing for nationally-competitive scholarships and fellowships. ONSF is part of UConn Enrichment Programs and is open to all graduate and undergraduate students at the University, including students at the regional campuses.
ONSF nominates and prepares candidates for scholarships that require institutional endorsement, including the Rhodes, Marshall, Mitchell, Goldwater, Udall, Truman, and Gaither Junior Fellows competitions, and those that incorporate some form of institutional review into their selection processes, including U.S. Student Fulbright grants, NSEP Boren Scholarships, and the Schwarzman Scholars program.
ONSF is also a resource for students competing for nationally competitive awards for which students apply directly, such as the NSF Graduate Research Fellowship, Gates Cambridge, Gilman, NOAA Hollings, Soros, PPIA, and QUAD Fellowship.
If you would like to learn more about these and other opportunities, please contact us!