SCUP Fellows Program
Congratulations to the two 2014 SCUP Fellows:
If you are interested in applying for the 2015 SCUP Fellows Program, please check this page for updates. The 2015 online application form will be posted by August 1, 2014. Thank you.
The SCUP Fellows Program is designed to support fresh, innovative ideas and approaches to higher education planning.
To this end, the SCUP Annual Fund will provide—during this inaugural year—two fellows with support towards attendance to two of the society’s annual, international conferences (SCUP-49 and SCUP-50), a registration to attend Step I of the SCUP Planning Institute, and one year of membership in the society.
Commitment (applies to 2014 SCUP Fellows)
SCUP Fellows will be expected to attend, in their entirety, the two back-to-back annual, international conferences as well as a SCUP Planning Institute step during their fellowship year.
The first annual conference will be at the beginning of their fellowship year and the second at the end of the fellowship year. During the first annual conference (SCUP-49, July 12-16 2014, in Pittsburgh, PA), the fellows will be involved in an aspect of the meeting that informs or complements their project. This will be determined through conversation with the society once the award has been announced.
During the second annual conference (SCUP-50, July 11-15, 2015, in Chicago, IL), the fellows will participate in a way that showcases their project.
SCUP will provide $500.00 towards travel and complimentary, full-conference registration to each of the two meetings.
The fellows also will attend the Step I workshop on the Saturday prior to their first annual meeting (July 12, 2014). SCUP will provide each fellow with a Step I registration (or Step II if the fellow has already taken Step I).
SCUP Fellows Benefits (applies to 2014 SCUP Fellows)
Awards are based on merit (not need) and consist of:
Fellows will pay for anything related to their travel beyond the $500 travel stipends.
Who Should Apply for 2015?
The program targets higher education “emerging leaders” who are interested in acquiring good planning skills to advance their careers. Successful applicants must meet the following criteria:
2015 Application Process
The 2015 online application form will be posted by August 1, 2014. Applications must be complete and submitted, along with a project essay, a resume/CV, and at least one letter of reference, by the December 19, 2014, deadline to be considered by the society. Applications submitted after December 19, 2014, will not be considered.
On March 1, 2015, the fellows will be notified by telephone or email of their award. Applicants not selected for the fellowships will be notified by SCUP by mail after March 1, 2015.
DEADLINE FOR SUBMISSION is 12/19/2014 at 11:59 pm Eastern Time.
To apply for the SCUP Fellowship, please complete an application form (to be posted by July 2014) and attach all documents (at the same time) in one email it to Sadie Wutka, SCUP manager of education, at firstname.lastname@example.org. Do not mail your application to SCUP.
Include the following in your email:
You may combine all four elements into one PDF or send them as four separate elements.
Additional supporting materials are not requested, but you may provide them. Supporting materials might include, for example, a copy of an article or a paper written on some aspect of higher education planning. The supporting materials will be reviewed at the committee’s discretion.
2015 Application Timeline
To support the SCUP Fellows Program, please donate to the SCUP Annual Fund. Clicking on the donation button, which takes you directly to the online donation form.