Boren Scholarship Campus Representatives
For the undergraduate Boren Scholarships, campus representatives play a formal role recruiting applicants and publicizing the program, advising students, and managing the online application process. Boren Scholarship campus representatives set individual on-campus deadlines and must complete all submitted online applications from students at their institution.
For more information on the role of the undergraduate Boren Scholarship campus representative, including detailed instructions for managing the online application process and for completing submitted applications, click here.
Boren Fellowship Campus Representatives, Faculty, and Advisors
There is no formal campus representative role for the graduate Boren Fellowships. However, campus representatives, as well as faculty and other advisors are encouraged to promote the program, recruit applicants, and assist graduate students in developing appropriate projects and applying for the Boren Fellowships.
For more information on the role that campus representatives, faculty, and advisors can play in the graduate Boren Fellowships, click here.
Resources for Campus Representatives
For a list of resources available to Campus Representatives, including handouts, multimedia, and additional tools, click here.
Click here to find your campus representative.