The Udall Foundation is ready to serve you with their valuable Udall Undergraduate Scholarship. If you are a college sophomore and a junior student with qualities like leadership, public service, and commitment to issues related to Native American nations or the environment are eligible to apply. Candidates will get tremendous support and financial assistance to complete their education without any stress.
The Udall scholarship honors the legacies of Morris Udall and Stewart Udall, whose careers had a significant impact on Native American self-governance, health care, and the stewardship of public lands and natural resources. This program has been designed to reduce the pressure on the students and make education accessible for everyone. This scholarship is designed to inspire deserving students to give their best and grow their skills in the right direction.
The U.S. Congress established the Udall Foundation in 1992 as an independent executive branch agency to honor Morris K. Udall’s lasting impact on this nation’s environment, public lands, and natural resources, and his support of the rights and self-governance of American Indians and Alaska Natives. The 1998 Environmental Policy and Conflict Resolution Act created the U.S. Institute for Environmental Conflict Resolution, now called the John S. McCain III National Center for Environmental Conflict Resolution, as a program of the Udall Foundation to assist parties in resolving environmental, public lands, and natural resources conflicts nationwide that involve federal agencies or interests, and to provide training and capacity-building in collaboration, multiparty problem solving, and conflict resolution.
Refer the table below for more details about the scholarship:
|Educational Level||Junior students|
|Number of Awards||55|
|Nationality||Domestic and International|
Who May Be Eligible?
Check the eligibility requirements mentioned below before applying for the program:
- College sophomore and junior students with qualities like leadership, public service, and commitment to issues related to Native American nations or the environment are eligible to apply.
How to Apply
To access the scholarship application candidates should search and select their Udall faculty representative. Applicants should provide enough details in their application. Only the Udall faculty representative can give access to the student’s application. Fellows should provide all the needed materials through the application without any delay. Applicants should make sure they provide all the legit information with no late or incomplete applications will be entertained.
- An 11-question application;
- An 800-word essay on a speech, legislative act, book, or public policy statement by either Morris K. Udall or Stewart L. Udall and its impact on your interests and goals;
- Transcripts for all college coursework and Three letters of recommendation that speak to your leadership, public service, and academic achievements.
- Additional documentation is required for applicants in tribal public policy and health care, and U.S. permanent residents.
In 2022, the Udall Foundation anticipates awarding 55 scholarships of up to $7,000 each. Students will get tremendous support to reduce their financial burden. The applicants will get sufficient funds to pay their educational expenses like Tuition, fees, books, room, and other academic needs. Fellows are motivated and appreciated to do better in their fields with the help of this scholarship.
Applications for this scholarship program are currently open to apply.