Timothy Dwight Grants and Fellowships

Timothy Dwight College can be a source of funds for student independent summer study and research (Richter Grants), summer course work or internships (Bergin Fellowship), performing arts projects (Creative and Performing Arts Awards), senior year research projects (Mellon Grants) and some kinds of competitions or conferences.
 
For full and complete information, and also to apply for any of the named grants above, please visit the student grants database. To search for Timothy Dwight Grants and Fellowships, enter the grant’s name (Richter, Bergin, Creative and Performing Arts, Mellon) or simply “Timothy Dwight” into the search engine.

Summer 2017 Fellowship Opportunities

Richter Fellowship

Due March 29, 2017

This award supports students to take independent study and research.  It cannot be for mere travel, or for a program of work, however valuable.  An internship, for example with a government agency, is a valid use only if there is a significant component of study or research, which must be carefully identified.
 

Bergin Fellowship

Due March 29, 2017

Established by the Mott Woolley Council in 1988, the Bergin Fellowship is awarded to an underclass student of Timothy Dwight College for summer study, an internship, or work experience.
 

Chubb Student Fellowship

Due March 29, 2017

The Chubb Student Fellowship is designed to provide equal opportunity for Timothy Dwight students to undertake public service or leadership development in any professional field, though government and public affairs will take priority.
 

Mellon Seneior Research Grant

Due March 15, 2017

The Mellon Senior Research Grant provides funding to offset the costs associated with a senior research project or senior essay.
 

Chase Coggins Memorial Scholarship

Due March 1, 2017

Named for Chase Frederick Coggins (1957-1978), TD ‘79.  this award, ranging from $1000 to $3000, is not limited to TD students.  It supports a range of student artistic and academic pursuits. To learn more about the award, please go to the Fund’s webpage