Wake Forest offers an abundance of scholarship and fellowship opportunities for undergraduate students to pursue during their academic tenure.
Wake Forest Research Fellowship
Wake Forest Research Fellowships (WFRF) are designed to provide students with the opportunity to participate in intensive scholarship under the mentorship of a Wake Forest University faculty member across the summer months. The fellowship provides a $4,000 stipend and housing for a 10-week summer fellowship to conduct research with a Wake Forest Reynolda College faculty mentor.
Wake Forest Arts and Humanities Research Fellowship
Wake Forest Arts and Humanities Research Fellowships (WFA&HF) are designed to provide students with the opportunity to participate in intensive scholarship under the mentorship of a Wake Forest University faculty member across the summer months. The WFA&HF provides a $2,000 stipend and housing to support half-summer (5 week) projects mentored by Reynolda College faculty in Divisions I (Humanities), II (Literature), and III (Fine Arts).
Richter Scholarship Program
The Richter Scholar awards are available for graduate and undergraduate students for the purpose of globally-oriented independent study in foreign countries. Students are encouraged to pursue enriching, broadening projects that have the promise of being life-changing. To enrich the independent study experience, each student is required to have a faculty mentor for their project. The Richter Scholarship awards up to $6,000 to cover travel and living expenses.
Starr Travel Grant
Designed to support undergraduate students in presenting research findings at professional meetings or at the annual meetings of the National Conference on Undergraduate Research.
Interdisciplinary Arts Center (IAC)
Provides funding for creative interdisciplinary projects and partnerships, including performances, commissions, exhibitions, salons, and more.