Information below from the National Collegiate Honors Council (NCHC) website
Students in Honors programs and colleges have a great many scholarship and fellowship opportunities available to them. On the undergraduate level, scholarships are offered by a wide variety of institutions and organizations, ranging from employers and civic institutions to fraternal organizations and individual bequests. At the graduate level, scholarships and fellowships are available from academic departments, foundations, and government agencies. Students should consult their Honors program or college office, their major department, and their campus financial aid office for more information. The following national scholarships and fellowships are all highly prestigious and hence highly competitive. They have varying eligibility requirements and application procedures, so students should visit the websites listed.
$2,000 scholarship for students currently attending or planning to attend a college or university during the fall of 2017 academic year.
Funding and opportunities for research and study in Germany
Supports language and cultural study abroad experiences outside Western Europe
Award for undergraduates for study in Asia
Funding for one year of post-baccalaureate study in over 140 countries
Funding for up to four years of graduate study at Cambridge University
Award for students with financial need to study abroad
Award for sophomore or junior science, engineering, and math majors planning research careers
An eco-friendly home improvement scholarship program.
500-1500 word essay contest for a chance to win $1,000 towards educational costs, eligible for full time university students.
Graduate study award for future high school history, government or social studies teachers
Funding for two years post-baccalaureate study in the United Kingdom
Funding for one year of graduate study in Ireland
Provides up to five years of funding for Ph.D. students in biomedical disciplines
Funding for graduate study in the sciences, engineering and math
Supports graduate study in the sciences, engineering, math and some social sciences
Funding for logistics, business, and management students
Funds juniors, seniors and first year graduate students who plan careers the Foreign Service of the U.S. State Department
Funding for two (sometimes 3) years of graduate study at Oxford University
Various funding opportunities for study and service work abroad
Graduate funding for permanent residents, naturalized citizens, or children of naturalized citizens
Graduate scholarship for students planning careers in public service
Undergraduate scholarship for students planning environmental policy careers or Native American undergraduates planning careers in tribal policy/healthcare
Complete a 300 word essay based on a prompt and submit for a $10,000 first place scholarship.