To apply for a Carsey scholarship, click on the link below and complete this online scholarship application form. Please note that your scholarship application will be reviewed only after we receive your application to the program.
We are proud to partner with a select number of distinguished organizations, enabling students to build upon their valued experiences by furthering their public service education and expanding their impact.
For Master in Public Policy Students
The Carsey School offers a limited number of fellowship opportunities for Master in Public Policy (MPP) students with their first term. Student fellows work 15 hours per week while classes are in session and receive a stipend of $4,600 per-semester.
MPP Fellowships for Fall 2019/Spring 2020 are closed. New Fall 2020/Spring 2021 will be posted in Spring 2020. Click below to view the current 2019/2020 MPP Fellowships
FOR MASTER IN community development STUDENTS ONLY
The S. Melvin Rines Fellowship is a highly competitive award targeting motivated, talented, young professionals committed to making a difference on the African continent through work in financial innovation and enterprise development.
The University offers some forms of financial assistance to Carsey School graduate students in support of their efforts to obtain a graduate degree. This aid comes in the form of graduate scholarships and fellowships, awards, federal financial aid, and veteran benefits.