All Goucher College graduates are eligible for the following fellowship opportunities for graduate or professional studies.  In particular, Economics majors should consider the Dean Van Meter Alumnae/i Fellowships.  See the information below for more details.


Fellowships for Graduates of Goucher College

Special fellowships are available to graduating seniors of Goucher College for full-time graduate work. Applications for fellowships should be made on forms secured from the associate dean for undergraduate studies and should be returned to the associate dean no later than March 1. For the Class of 1905, the Eleanor Voss, and the Flora E. Langdon Fellowships, need is also a criterion. Applicants must complete the Financial Aid Form and submit it directly to Student Administrative Services no later than March 1.

The Class of 1905 Fellowships are intended to support Goucher College graduates in their pursuit of graduate study in international affairs.

The Elizabeth King Ellicott Fellowships are awarded each year to graduates of Goucher College for the study of government and politics in the U.S.

The Flora E. Langdon Fellowship provides tuition assistance to women of exceptional ability in the pursuit of graduate studies at an American university well-recognized for its facilities for graduate work in botany.

The Mary Derrickson McCurdy '30 Fellowship is awarded to provide support for students to do research or advanced course work at a marine biology laboratory.

The Io DeGraw Mears Fund in Library Science provides fellowships for Goucher graduates who pursue advanced studies in library science.

Florence B. & Mabel V. Seibert Fellowship is be used for fellowships or activities in the field of bio-chemistry.

  The Stimson-Duvall Fellowship is awarded to graduates who show professional promise and outstanding qualifications for graduate studies in the natural, physical, biological, and medical sciences or the related field of history of science.

The Dean Van Meter Alumnae/i Fellowships are intended to support Goucher College graduates in their pursuit of graduate or professional study, in this country or abroad.

Brooke and Carol Peirce Fellowships award undergraduates in all disciplines the opportunity to conduct significant original research using materials in Special Collections & Archives at Goucher College.

The Eleanor Voss '56 Fellowship is awarded annually to a graduating senior who will pursue the study of law. Preference is given to students who will attend Harvard Law School. In the event there is no highly qualified student intending to study law, the fellowship may be awarded to a graduating senior in the field of international relations, economics, history, or political science who has achieved the highest academic record among the senior majors in those fields and who intends to pursue graduate work.