Fellowships and Scholarships

At Redlands you'll find abundant opportunities to support research, explore international opportunities, fund graduate studies, and assist with undergraduate tuition.

Fellowships and scholarships generally are granted to high-achieving students in given areas such as academic or artistic talent. Awards are also available for students interested in particular fields of study or those who are members of under-represented groups.

 

Below you’ll find a selection of fellowship and scholarship categories, along with links to information about available opportunities. This includes the appropriate campus contact when institutional approval is required.

A Few Tips

These scholarship opportunities can be highly rewarding but also highly competitive. Successful applications require advance planning. Allow time to get feedback on your personal statements and drafts, and to revise accordingly. Many fellowships also require letters of recommendation so be mindful and give your recommenders ample time to write a strong letter of support.

As you apply for these opportunities, be sure to enhance your application with the Office of Career and Professional Development (OCPD).  Stop by the Career Studio for advice and assistance (updated hours information).

Ready to get started?  Make your selection below.

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Ryan Bailey (far left) and Al Hernandez (far right), owners of Citrograph Printing Company and co-founders of the Citrograph Foundation, meet one of their scholarship recipients, Justin Tong ’22 (second left), in 2019. Also pictured is Associate Director of Athletics Rachel Roche ’96, ’02, a Citrograph Foundation Board member.
Making an imprint on the community

Al Hernandez and Ryan Bailey, owners of Citrograph Printing Company, give back to the community through the Citrograph Foundation, which has funded more than 50 U of R scholarships and contributed more than $140,000 to the University.