Humanity in Action Fellowship is now open!

The Humanity in Action Fellowship explores issues of democracy, pluralism, human rights, and social justice. Each program is tailored to its location. Fellows are challenged to understand their host city’s unique history of injustice, its present struggles to encompass groups with minoritized cultures and identities, and the future of its democratic values.

For four weeks, Fellows engage with local experts and community members, visit museums and historical sites, and engage in constant discourse with one another and program leaders. As a requirement of participation, Fellows are obligated to conduct a hands-on outreach initiative, an Action Project, in their own communities within 11 months after this program.

Sophomores, Juniors, Seniors and Graduate Students are encouraged to apply. There is no specific degree requirements for this fellowship, but interests in human rights, cross-cultural exchange, historical and cultural research, politics, and social justice are all important ideals to this fellowship.

Due to the COVID Pandemic, there are virtual and in-person opportunities for this scholarship.

The application is now live and available at:

Applications due Sunday, February 14, 2021

Questions or application help? Contact the Office of Nationally Competitive Awards,

Posted on January 23, 2021 in Scholarships, Grants & Awards

Reminder: Submit your scholarship application through CSAS by February 1

Honors CollegeAttention Honors students: if you are interested in applying for scholarships for next year, or if you have a renewable scholarship that will carry over to next year, you must submit an application through the Cougar Scholarship Award System by February 1. This includes scholarships that we award to current Honors College students, such as the Class of 1938 Golden Anniversary Scholarship, Chad V. Adams ’18 Memorial Scholarship, and the Jill Conway Annual Scholarships, as well as departmental or specialty scholarships.

To renew your scholarship and/or apply for new scholarships:

1. Login in to CSAS ( using your CofC credentials
2. Complete the general scholarship application
3. Complete the follow-up applications for any other opportunities you are matched with
4. If you have general questions about CSAS, please contact If you have questions about specific Honors College scholarships, please contact us at

Posted on January 23, 2021 in Uncategorized

Want to help make Honors a more inclusive community? Sign up for D.E.E.P. Training

CofC LogoThe Office of Institutional Diversity has reserved a limited number of seats for Honors students to participate in an upcoming session of their Department Equity Education Program (D.E.E.P.). These seminars delve into topics of race, equity, and inclusion, and offer students opportunities to discuss sensitive topics in an intimate, courageous setting while learning how to engage with the campus resources designed to support equity, access, and inclusion.

The training program unfolds over the course of four weeks, and will meet on the following dates. In order to complete the program, participants are expected to attend all four meetings.

Friday, January 29, 3:00-4:30 p.m.
Friday, February 5, 3:00-4:30 p.m.
Friday, February 26, 3:00-4:30 p.m.
Friday, March 12, 3:00-4:30 p.m.

Following the program, students who participate will have the opportunity to provide the Honors College with feedback on both the training and their own experiences, in order to help makes Honors a more equitable and inclusive community.

To learn more or to register, contact Nick Plasmati (

Already completed D.E.E.P. training, but still want to provide feedback? Contact us to learn how you can help.

Posted on January 23, 2021 in Uncategorized

Come learn about the Rotary Global Grant!

Are you interested in solving global issues? Would you like to pursue graduate studies abroad?

Rotary Global Grants fund international, graduate-level studies in subjects related to Rotary’s six areas of focus: Peace and Conflict Prevention/Resolution, Water and Sanitation, Maternal and Child Health, Education and Basic Literacy, Economic and Community Development, and Disease Prevention and Treatment. This award gives you the ability to pursue studies that matter to you and to the global community.

Awardees will receive up to $30,000 in scholarship funding that covers the travel, tuition, and living expenses associated with undertaking graduate studies. Successful applicants will also serve as ambassadors of goodwill. Students may apply in their junior or senior year.

Interested in learning more? Attend our Zoom info session on Thursday, February 4th at 5pm. To RSVP contact

Posted on January 20, 2021 in Scholarships, Grants & Awards

Careers in Community Organizing for Social Justice

The Direct Action and Research Training (DART) Center will hold an online info session on Wednesday, February 3 at 6 pm to discuss careers in community organizing. All students and alumni welcome, particularly those graduating this year.

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DART trains professional organizers and community organizations to work for social, economic and racial justice, including:

  • Holding police departments accountable
  • Shutting down the school-to-prison pipeline
  • Reining in predatory lenders
  • Expanding access to primary health and dental care
  • Prioritizing funding for affordable housing and job training
  • Fighting for immigrants’ rights

Positions start August 9, 2021 in:

  • Florida: St. Petersburg, Miami, Ft. Lauderdale, Tampa, Fort Myers, Sarasota and West Palm Beach
    Georgia: Savannah
  • Kansas: Lawrence, Topeka, Wyandotte County and Johnson County
  • Kentucky: Louisville and Lexington
  • South Carolina: Charleston

Starting salary $40,000/year + benefits.

DART organizations are diverse coalitions including many low- and moderate-income, minority, and immigrant communities. We strongly encourage people from these backgrounds, as well as fluent Spanish speakers and DACA recipients, to apply.
To apply or learn more about DART, visit and find us on Instagram and Facebook @theDARTcenter. Still have questions? Contact or 614.517.9586.

Posted on January 19, 2021 in Internships & Jobs

Rush Phi Chi Theta!

Phi Chi Theta is one of the largest co-ed professional business fraternities in the United States. Phi Chi Theta prides itself on recruiting the top future business leaders and providing our members with professional development opportunities, brotherhood bonding, and overall personal development opportunities. Our application for Spring Recruitment is now open and can be accessed at The application closes on January 24 at 11:59 PM, so please apply as soon as possible.

If you have any questions, please reach out to Alec Pourmoghadam, Director of Recruitment, at

Posted on January 19, 2021 in Clubs and Organizations

Applications for the Charles B. Rangel International Affairs Summer Enrichment Program are now open!

The Charles B. Rangel Summer Enrichment Program is a six-week summer program designed to provide undergraduate students with enhanced knowledge of current issues and trends in international affairs.

Students live at Howard University, attend classes in topics such as U.S. foreign policy and economics, and participate in a variety of programs at diverse locations around Washington, D.C. The Program covers the cost of tuition, travel, housing, and a stipend of $3,200. Tentative dates are set for June 14th-July 23rd, 2021.

Sophomores, Juniors, and Seniors with at least a 3.2 GPA are eligible to participate in this program. This program is open to students with a wide variety of majors as long as they have an interest in international affairs. The application is available here.  Applications are due on Tuesday, February 9, 2021.

Questions or application help? Contact the Office of Nationally Competitive Awards,

Posted on January 19, 2021 in Scholarships, Grants & Awards

Lime Connect Fellowship Program

Lime Connect is a global nonprofit and hosts the world’s largest network of young professionals with disabilities. The Lime Connect Fellowship Program For Students with Disabilities is the flagship program in the U.S. designed for highly accomplished rising juniors with disabilities. The Fellowship Program kicks off with a leadership & development symposium in New York in July and offers individual coaching, webinars, mentoring, and Fellows community discussions throughout the year. Upon graduation from the program, Fellows become part of the larger Lime Connect Fellows Community and have access to ongoing professional development, community and networking opportunities throughout their careers.

All sophomores with visible or invisible disabilities are encouraged to apply for this leadership program by Sunday, February 28 at midnight PST. Check out the program’s webpage for more information on how to apply.

Have any questions about the program? Reach out to program alum Leah Martin at or Lime Connect’s Director of Engagement Alissa Brower-Severini at

Posted on January 19, 2021 in Uncategorized
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