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Welcome to the College of Liberal Arts and Sciences (CLAS) Scholarships and Fellowships (S&F) site! The S&F Program office provides information and support for current Lipscomb University students and recent alumni in pursuit of nationally competitive merit awards. Students with strong academic records are invited to apply for a number of prestigious scholarships and fellowships.
These awards provide the recipient with an opportunity to study in a world-class university or challenging professional environment at home or overseas. In some cases, partial tuition support for your undergraduate education is provided.
Applications are reviewed first by a Lipscomb University committee, with a certain number endorsed and sent on to the award granting organization for the next round in the selection process; students cannot apply directly, but must go through Lipscomb University’s nomination process.
Please note that the internal deadlines indicated are approximations for general planning purposes only. Applications must meet actual deadlines, which are announced each year as they become available.
Applicants send their materials directly to the scholarship agency, with no preliminary selection by Lipscomb University. We will help you with your application to ensure that it reads well and that it is submitted on time. We will have internal deadlines that you need to meet to give us ample time to assist you with the application before the actual deadlines.
This is an internal scholarship that is only open to Lipscomb University students. The award enables Biology, Chemistry and Biochemistry and Physics undergraduate students to conduct summer research.
You may download and print the Langford-Yates fellowship Proposal Evaluation Rubric and Application Form below.
More than 70 scholarship funds are administered through an open application process. Some scholarships help students from a particular school or area; others provide financial assistance to those pursuing a specific field of study; still others assist students most in need.
*In general, successful candidates for these merit awards have a record of outstanding academic achievement, substantive leadership, and, for some awards, sustained community service. These awards seek students who will be future leaders in their fields, change agents who will make a distinguished contribution as graduate students and as future professionals.