Fulbright U.S. Student Program

The Fulbright U.S. Student Program provides funding for one year of self-designed study, research and/or teaching in one of over 140 countries around the world. The program is sponsored by the Department of State.

Eligible students are US Citizens who will have a bachelor’s degree before the start of the grant (Fall 2014). Graduates and graduate students are also eligible to apply.

First Steps to Fulbright Workshops

Thu, Apr 11, 1PM
Center City Campus, Bellett Bldg Room 209, 1505 Race St.

Mon, Apr 15, 12-1:30PM
2019 MacAlister (33rd and Chestnut)

Tue, Apr 16, 12noon
Queen Lane Campus, exact location TBA

Thu, Apr 25, 6-7:30PM EDT (webinar)
Follow webinar live at this link

Come hear about the Fulbright Study/Research grants from Drexel students who are finalists for the program and staff from the Drexel Fellowships Office.

In this workshop, we will review the basics of the Fulbright US Student Program and consider a range of projects that students have done with the support of a Fulbright grant. Participants will leave the workshop with one or two initial ideas for what they might propose to do on a Fulbright if they were to apply.

For more information visit the Fulbright US Student Program website or email us at fellowships@drexel.edu!

Alumni Grants for Recognized Student Organizations

Grants Program – Student Organization Information

The Drexel University Alumni Association evaluates funding proposals and provides financial support for activities hosted by recognized student organizations that increase the interaction between students and alumni, enhance the student experience, promote tradition, support academic excellence, reconnect alumni to the university, create a greater awareness of the Alumni Association, and promote the Association as a relevant and integral part of the university community.

The Grants Program Committee of the Drexel University Alumni Association Board of Governors reviews all funding proposals.

Proposals must be submitted in writing according to the quarterly deadlines posted belowand at least two (2) months in advance of the event or program. Exceptions may be made at the Committee’s discretion provided that the proposal details the organization’s plan to adequately market and advertise the event or program, and based on funding availability.

Organizations approved for grant funding must complete a Final Project Report within two (2) weeks after the conclusion of the program.  Any future funding for the applicant group will be contingent upon accurate completion and timely submission of the report to the Alumni Association.

Should you have any questions, please contact John Bernat at 215-571-3823 or john.bernat@drexel.edu.

Request Deadlines:

Winter Term: February 8, 2013

Spring Term: May 3, 2013

Summer Term: July 26, 2013

Fall Term: October 25, 2013

MORE HERE: http://www.drexel.edu/ia/alumrel/grants_studentinfo.asp