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Each year Williams awards Dr. Herchel Smith fellowships to distinguished graduating seniors for their continued study at the University of...

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The Office of Fellowships advises seniors and graduates applying for Fulbright Scholarships.  Williams has been recognized by the Chronicle of...

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Emanuel Yeuketiel was awarded the Thomas J. Watson Fellowship to study gay rights activism across the globe.  Many traveled to...

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Hannah read for a degree in Global Health and Anthropology at the University of Edinburgh.

First years, sophomores and juniors are eligible to apply for funding from the Robert G. Wilmers, Jr. Language Grant to...

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Mohamed Lotif, Class of 2011, of Hamtramck,  Michigan,was an American Studies major at Williams.  Upon his graduation Mo was awarded...

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Lizzy Brickley ’10 and Leah Katzelnick ’10 have been named NIH Oxford Cambridge Scholars


Asheque Shams ’10, Nathan Benaich ’10, Scott Olesen ’10, Charles Rousseau ’11, Zebulon Levine ’11, Paul Rogers ’07, Teng Jian Khoo ’09, Lizzy Brickley ’10, Jose Martinez ’10, Susan Raich ’09, Jehanne Wyllie ’11, Susan Tan ’10, Marissa Kimsey ’11, Antonya Aleksandrova ’11, Jun Liu ’10


Williams funds graduate study at the University of Oxford and University of Cambridge through the generosity of several endowed...


Sophomores and juniors are eligible to apply for funding to support their independent travel and study during the summer.   Detailed...

The Williams Office of Fellowships advises and prepares students to compete for national fellowships and awards.   From the initial inquiry about opportunities to the nomination and selection stages of a national competition, the Fellowships Office works with undergraduates, seniors, and alumns to prepare competitive applications for prestigious national awards such as the Marshall Scholarship, Gates-Cambridge Scholarship, NSF, Rhodes Scholarship, Truman Scholarship, Watson Fellowship, and the Fulbright Scholarship among others.

Additionally, Williams College has many of its own undergraduate as well as graduate fellowships.   These opportunities are open only to current Williams students who will apply through the Office of Fellowships

Contact us:

Katerina P. King , Director of Fellowships, 413-597-3017
Lynn Chick, Fellowships Coordinator, 413-597-3044

Hopkins Hall, 2nd Floor

PO Box 518, 880 Main Street
Williamstown, MA  01267

Interested students should enroll in the fellowships site on GLOW: http://glow.williams.edu/my/index.php

Interested alumni should contact Lynn Chick, Fellowships Coordinator, for access to GLOW.