Fellowships and Scholars
Loyola’s national fellowships office assists outstanding Loyola students with obtaining national fellowship and scholarship opportunities on both the undergraduate and graduate level. These competitive awards, available to use both in the United States and in other countries, confer unparalleled prestige while providing recipients with priceless educational and cultural experiences.
Though individual competitions vary in financial value and scope, the application process alone can expand one’s vision regarding aspirations for the future. Competing for an award takes considerable thought and effort, so students are encouraged to start the process early to allow adequate time for compiling and refining your application.
Hauber Fellowships (Science)
Loyola's Hauber Fellowship awards a stipend and housing to talented undergraduate students who wish to pursue independent summer research in the sciences under the supervision of a faculty member. The 10-week program provides students with the opportunity to gain valuable experience in their discipline along with faculty assistance and mentoring.
A Hauber Fellow's summer culminates with a presentation of their written research report. These reports are often submitted for publication in science journals. Typically in the fall, each Hauber Fellow will be given the opportunity to present his or her research in a symposium to their peers and to faculty members in the Loyola community.
Are you an outstanding business student? You may be invited to join the Sellinger Scholars program during the spring semester of your first year. The Sellinger Scholars program is an honors program in business administration designed to prepare promising students for roles of leadership and service. In addition to its more rigorous academic curriculum, the Sellinger Scholars program helps develop students' business education by offering unique opportunities to interact with business professionals and community leaders. Sellinger Scholars are selected on the basis of academic achievement, leadership potential, and community involvement.