Fellowships & Scholarships
Stamps Scholar Enrichment Fund (for Northeastern University Stamps Scholars)
  • Northeastern: 07/15/2024
  • Fellowship: 07/15/2024

If you meet the eligibility criteria and are interested in applying for this fellowship, please fill out a preliminary questionnaire. You may contact the office with any questions.

Award Details

A core benefit of being a Northeastern University Stamps Scholar is the opportunity to extend your learning, increasing your impact from Boston to beyond. To make that possible, we provide enrichment funds for you to use in crafting your unique path through your undergraduate years. Enrichment funds are intended to support your efforts to grow in the three core areas of the Stamps Scholarship: scholarship, leadership, and community.

Enrichment funds can be used to support costs associated with a wide variety of activities, including (but not limited to):

  • Participating in approved study abroad experiences
  • Attending professional conferences
  • Undertaking unpaid co-ops or internships
  • Pursuing community-oriented and/or leadership projects

Enrichment funds can also be used to support research and creative endeavor projects. If you wish to undertake a research or creative endeavor project or if you have been selected to present research or creative work at a conference, please do not apply using the application linked on this page. Instead, please identify the PEAK Award that best suits your project and complete the application for that award.

All funding requests must be made at least a month prior to the proposed activity and must be reviewed and approved by the URF office. If you receive an award, you will be asked to complete a reflection upon the conclusion of the activity funded by the award.

Internal Award
Needs Institutional Endorsement
US Citizenship Not Required

This award is open only to currently enrolled recipients of Northeastern University’s Stamps Scholarship.

The URF office will review all requests carefully, and some requests may be declined. In reviewing each application, the URF office will consider the extent to which the applicant’s proposed activity would contribute to the applicant’s intellectual, personal, and professional development. Proposed activities will also be assessed on the basis of their safety and feasibility.

The award enables Stamps Scholars to pursue meaningful activities that will further enrich their undergraduate education.

The application can be accessed by clicking the red “Application” button above. An application consists of four components: an online form, a detailed line-item budget (please utilize this form), a resume/CV, and a letter of intent.

The letter of intent should not exceed 500 words and should be professional in tone. It should be addressed to Northeastern’s Stamps Scholars Program.

The letter should include the following elements.

Abstract: For activities, please write single-sentence summary of what you want to do and why.

Description of Proposed Activity: In clear, concise prose please elaborate on the who, what, where, when, how, and how much funding of your proposed activity. Please provide as much relevant detail as you can so that we can make a fair evaluation of the proposed activity. We expect that this may be 1-3 paragraphs long depending on the activity.

Activity Rationale: Please construct an argument about how the activity fits in with your broader academic, personal, and professional objectives. Please also describe how you think this activity will help you develop relevant Stamps Scholars characteristics of Scholarship, Leadership, and Community.

Interested? Have Questions?

If you meet the eligibility criteria and are interested in a fellowship or opportunity, please fill out a preliminary questionnaire. Contact the office with any questions: