UNC CHARLOTTE COMPETITIVE FELLOWSHIPS (MATCHED BY ELIGIBILITY):
The following competitive fellowships are open to new and continuing students. Students (new and continuing) will need to log in to the NinerScholars site at http://scholarships.charlotte.edu/ and complete an applicant profile before they can be matched to any awards or see the awards they are eligible for. Newly admitted students may use their AdmissionPros ID number when applying if an 800/801 number has not yet been issued. All application materials will be submitted through the NinerScholars portal. Students will automatically be matched to the following fellowships and scholarships based on their eligibility criteria. If the student meets the criteria, the application can be completed and submitted for the award competition. Please visit https://graduateschool.charlotte.edu/funding/fellowships for more information.
Dr. Craig R. Brown Graduate Fellowship
$2,000 grant plus NC resident tuition for a first-year US resident master’s or doctoral student conducting research to address societal issues.
Zonta Club Scholarship
$1,000 grant for a first-year US resident master’s or doctoral students to recognize, encourage, and support students pursuing study and professional careers.
Joanna R. Baker Memorial Graduate Fellowship
A $3,000 grant for master’s or doctoral mathematical, computer science or information technology research, plus $750 travel allowance.
DRReaM Graduate Fellowship.
$1,000 needs-based award for a master’s or doctoral student in a health-related program.
Faye Jacques Memorial Graduate Fellowship.
$1,000 needs-based grant to a master’s or doctoral student.
Claudia M. Reynolds Graduate Fellowship
$1,000 award for non-traditional master’s or doctoral students.
Thomas L. Reynolds Graduate Student Research Award
Up to $1,500 for doctoral or master’s students to assist with costs often overlooked in other funding sources.