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.

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.

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All Gallatin Awards + Deadlines

View a list of all Gallatin awards given to students and recent graduates

Applying for Awards

Tips and Best Practices for Applicants

NYU Opportunities

NYU offers numerous opportunities to help students engage in their communities and prepare for their professional lives.

National + Global Fellowships

Learn about Rhodes, Marshall, Fulbright Awards and more

Africa House Summer Fellowship

Learn more about summer research in Africa.

Dean's Conference Fund

Learn more about support to attend conferences.

Dean's Award for Graduating Seniors

Read more and apply for this award given to recent graduates

Dean's Award for Summer Research

Read more and apply for this Summer Research award

Gallatin Global Human Rights Fellowship

Read more and apply to the Gallatin Global Fellowship in Human Rights

Global Fellowship in Urban Practice

Read about and apply to the Gallatin Global Fellowship in Urban Practice

Newington-Cropsey Foundation Fellowship

Learn more about this fellowship for emerging artists and scholars.

Gallatin Student Resource Fund

Funding for projects that will foster a greater sense of community.

Gallatin Undergraduate Research Fund

Support for individual projects

Horn Family Fund for Environmental Research

Read more on funding for student projects.

Jewish Studies Grant

Read more on grants to support student research.

Mike Bender Internship Award

Given to a student(s) whose internship work will exemplify and promote the ideals of compassion, understanding, and tolerance. The student may work in the humanities, arts, or sciences.