To suggest a rising sophomore, junior, or senior for a St. Louis Fellowship Program, please complete the following Student Suggestion Form. Students may also self-suggest or suggest their peers.

Our St. Louis Fellowship includes:

Student suggestions are not required to apply for the program. Student suggestions simply assist the program staff in reaching out to potential applicants to answer questions and ensure applicants are aware of upcoming application milestones and deadlines.

For questions about the St. Louis Fellowship Program, please contact Sarah Nash, Community Engagement Manager:

Thank you for sharing your student suggestion in support of civic engagement at Washington University!

S. Louis Fellowships Student Suggestion Form

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Student Suggestions for Civic Scholars

Do you know a highly engaged sophomore with a passion for civics?

We are always open to suggestions for WashU students who would make a great addition to our Civic Scholars Program. This 2-year academic program includes intensive coursework, leadership training, mentorship, and an academic summer award of $6,000 to support a substantial civic project or internship.

Please use this form to suggest a student for the Civic Scholars Program.

The application period for all cohort programs opens annually from late November to mid January. The next round of applications will be for the summer 2024 program cohorts and Civic Scholars Class of 2026.