Awarded to seniors and graduates of Swarthmore College (with no age limits) for an initial year of advanced graduate work. Swarthmore Fellowships carry a stipend of $4,500 to $7,500, paid directly to the school of your choice in two installments. Available fellowships: Berkowitz (for graduate studies in China Studies with a preference for the pre-modern era), Leedom (open to everyone), Lippincott (open to everyone), Lockwood (for members of the Society of Friends, and subject to application for renewal), Mott (for women only), Tyson (for women planning to enter elementary or secondary education), Janney (for women only, and subject to application for renewal), McCabe (for graduate work at one of the following business schools: Harvard, Chicago, MIT, Northwestern, Penn, or Stanford; subject to application for renewal).
- U.S. citizenship is NOT required.
- The Committee and the Faculty express a preference for candidates in liberal arts and sciences, but candidates in other fields such as medicine and law may apply.
April 20th of every year.
How to Apply
Graduating seniors can access the application through the following link:
Alums of the college can access an application through the following link:
Members of the Fellowships and Prizes Committee review each application and determine recipients based on the availability of funds.