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Office of National Scholarship Advisement
University of Mississippi
  • Caleb Ray, a 2020 Boren Scholar, during a visit to Jerusalem.
    William Meador, a 2020 Goldwater Scholar.
    Claire Sullivan, a 2019 Boren Scholar, during her year abroad in Tanzania.
    Lauren Burns and Lauren Newman, 2019 Boren Scholars, riding in a tuk tuk in Morocco.
  • Upcoming Deadline: The campus deadline for applications to the Rhodes Scholarship, Marshall Scholarship, Mitchell Scholarship, and Fulbright U.S. Student Awards is August 3rd.

    Visit the Institutional Deadlines page for more information.

    Office of National Scholarship Advisement

    The Office of National Scholarship (ONSA) supports the University of Mississippi’s mission to engage minds, transform lives and serve others by helping students become effective citizen-scholars and apply for national scholarships.

    National scholarships are competitive awards that reward scholastic achievement and civic engagement. Typically they fund study, research, or teaching in the United States and abroad.

    These merit-based scholarships recognize leadership potential and engagement with the world’s economic, social, political, and environmental issues.

    There are many things students can do to become competitive for such awards. It all starts with becoming engaged with your classes, your professors, and your community–starting your freshman year.

    Interested UM students are encouraged to contact Dr Vivian Ibrahim, Interim Director of the Office of National Scholarship Advisement (ONSA) to learn more, or attend any of the workshops.