To learn more about USC’s fellowships, internships, professional development resources, and scholarship opportunities, please review the following options:
- Academic Honors and Fellowships
- First-Generation Scholarship
- Global Fellows Internship Program
- Professional Development Dollars
- USC Dream Dollars Scholarship
- USC Graduate School Fellowships
- USC’s Online Scholarship System
USC Academic Honors and Fellowships is committed to educating the USC community about university awards and nationally competitive fellowships and mentoring motivated students and recent alumni in their pursuit of these opportunities. USC Awards encompass various USC-sponsored opportunities to financially support undergraduate students in their pursuit of interdisciplinary study, global exchange, and civic engagement. In addition to the 19 fellowships, the Awards and Fellowships Database is designed to offer an easy way for interested students and alumni to search available fellowship opportunities.
Our mission is to enhance career development through partnerships and innovative technology in preparation for global career aspirations. To that end, we partner and consult with student organizations to provide comprehensive career development services. We provide the opportunity to financially support your student organization’s career-related events through our Professional Development Dollars.
The USC Dream Dollars Scholarship is a unique award for USC undergraduate students who secure unpaid summer internships with a non-profit or government organization. This scholarship supports students hoping to gain work experience from an unpaid internship. Students will be selected through an application and interview process. All internships must be a minimum of six weeks. An award of $1,500 will be given to selected students.
The USC Graduate School mission is to promote an outstanding educational experience for USC graduate students, to celebrate graduate student achievements, and to provide leadership in the establishment and communication of policies, standards and processes related to graduate education at USC. PhD students at USC are supported by fellowships, teaching assistantships, research assistantships, or a combination of these funding sources. The USC Graduate School funds hundreds of domestic and international students annually. The recipients of Graduate School fellowships are selected from an application pool containing some of the most highly recruited students in the world.
Several financing options exist to help you pay your USC expenses. We encourage you to take advantage of the financial resources USC has to offer and are here to help answer any questions you may have. Financial aid counselors are available by phone, e-mail, or in person. For more information, please visit USC’s Financial Aid Office.