To nominate a current WashU sophomore for the Civic Scholars Program, please provide the following information. Please note that interested students may self-nominate.

Nominations are not required to apply for the program. Nominations allow for interested and eligible students to engage with the Civic Scholars Program staff and students during the application process to learn more about the program. Nominations also assist the program staff in reaching out to potential applicants to answer questions, ensure applicants are aware of upcoming application milestones and deadlines, and more.

For questions about the Civic Scholars Program, please contact Lynda Duke, at

Thank you for sharing your nomination and support of the Civic Scholars Program!

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Gephart Institute Cohort Program Nominations

Are you familiar with the Gephardt Institute’s St. Louis summer fellowship programs: Arts as Civic Engagement, Dr. John C. Morris Fellows (formerly Beuerlein Fellows), and Goldman Fellows?

Our summer fellowship programs are also accepting nominations for WashU students with a passion for civic and community engagement. Visit our St. Louis summer fellowship programs nomination form to uplift a student for one or more of these opportunities.

The application for these programs opens on January 18, 2022. Applications are for the summer 2022 program cohorts.