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Presidential Fellowships & Scholarships

President Subra Suresh launched the Presidential Fellowship and Scholarship program in 2014 to provide critical financial support to outstanding undergraduate and graduate students across all of CMU's seven colleges and schools. The funds go to support a student’s academic expenses, such as tuition and graduate research stipend.

By lowering the barriers of the cost of attendance for undergraduates and reducing the dependence on external funding sources for graduate students and faculty to pursue their research, endowed fellowships and scholarships will help ensure that CMU remains a world-leader in education and research for decades to come.

Related endowment funds and commitments of more than $169 million will support current and future classes of Presidential Fellows and Scholars across all seven CMU schools and colleges.

The new class of Presidential Fellows and Scholars has been named for the 2016-17 academic year.

Fellows & Scholars at a Glance

Fellows and Scholars at a glance

14 Countries Represented

Endowment funds and commitments includes the market value of contributions invested in the endowment as of July 15, 2015 plus contributions and outstanding legal commitments through August 12, 2016.