Gallatin students are empowered to explore their intellectual, creative, and career paths in a variety of ways—and on national and international stages. By offering Gallatin students financial support in the form of fellowships and scholarships, the School works to expand the number of enrichment opportunities available to students. From conducting human rights research, staging an art exhibition of student work, to scripting a television pilot, Gallatin students can find funding from the School to support these—and many other—endeavors.
The process of learning about, applying for, and carrying out these funded opportunities also serves as a training ground for those students who wish to apply for major national and international academic awards, such as the Rhodes, Marshall, and Fulbright awards, and further prepares them for the rigors of graduate school and employment. Gallatin and NYU also recognize and reward student academic achievement through a variety of channels, including the Dean’s List, Phi Beta Kappa, and Commencement Awards.
To learn more about all of these opportunities, including award amounts, application procedures, and best practices, click on the images below or attend one of our regularly scheduled workshops.