The Morris K. Udall Foundation offers a number of scholarships of up to $5000 for sophomores or juniors who are committed to a career in an environmental field or Native Americans or Alaskans studying health care or tribal public policy. Carleton can nominate up to six individuals to be considered for the scholarships, and Carleton students have won several scholarships in the past. Students from any major are eligible as long as they can demonstrate a commitment to the environment or are Native Americans studying health care or tribal public policy, have maintained a "B" average, and are a US citizen or permanent alien. You need not demonstrate financial need for this scholarship.
There is a two-tiered application process for the Udall Scholarship. Students submit their completed application to the Udall Scholarship faculty adviser for review. The ENTS program will choose up to six of the strongest applications to send to the next stage at the Udall Foundation where final decisions are made. The Udall Foundation's materials refer to the first stage of department review as the "nomination process." This terminology has created confusion in the past. For the sake of clarity, no nomination is needed for students to fill out the application and submit it to the ENTS program; the nomination occurs after the application has been submitted.
All applicants must be officially nominated by Carleton College (application process site) before directly applying to the Udall Foundation. More information of the internal application process is available by contacting faculty adviser Kim Smith. Carleton's application deadline is January 30, 2013.
The Official Udall Web site features information on the scholarship as well as an online application.
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