Udall Undergraduate Scholarship Internal Application Instructions
There is a two-tiered application process for this program, as Reed College plays an endorsing role. The first stage is to apply in winter to the Reed Faculty Committee on Fellowships and Awards. If your application is endorsed by the committee, you would then complete the application process with the Udall Foundation.
Internal Application Deadline
January 29th, 2020 at 12:00 PM
Please attach your application documents to an email and submit to email@example.com by the internal application deadline. Application documents include:
A copy of the completed fillable “sample scholarship application” from the Udall site.
The title of your essay, should the committee nominate you (the 800-word essay is a discussion of a significant public speech, legislative act, or public policy statement by Congressman Udall and its impact on your field of interest). Note that the internal application does not ask for the essay, just the title. The sample application does not have a place to enter the title, so please include the title in the space for question D8, along with your answer to that question.
- Ensure that any college courses taken elsewhere have been added to your Reed transcript. If they have not, please include a copy of the non-Reed transcript(s) as part of your application.
Letters of Recommendation
Have three faculty send informal email letters of support/recommendation to firstname.lastname@example.org by the internal application deadline.
You will need to complete this online waiver form as the final step in submitting your internal application.
Applicants submitting application materials electronically by email will generally receive a confirmation within twenty-four hours. If you do not receive a confirmation during this time, please follow up with the Center for Life Beyond Reed at email@example.com to ensure that the application was successfully submitted.