The Spencer T. and Ann W. Olin Fellowship for Women in Graduate Study

Since 1974, the Olin Fellowship Program has made it possible for women of exceptional promise to become leaders in society. From a group of seven, the Olin Fellowship Network has grown to encompass more than 400 women — the women supported by the Olin Fellowship are citizen scholars, committed to the betterment of humanity.
 
Olin Fellows have become professors, doctors, artists, engineers, entrepreneurs, and public servants, and continue to make a difference in our world. Today this legacy is stronger than ever. Our program is home to 50 remarkable scholars from a considerable range of fields, each of whom builds on the legacy of the women who preceded them. 

 

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The Spencer T. and Ann W. Olin Fellowship for Women in Graduate Study is co-sponsored by the Monticello College Foundation and by Washington University. The Foundation continues the mission of Monticello College, the second-oldest women's college in the United States, to promote women's education. 

EVENTS & ACTIVITIES

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download an overview of 2020-21 academic year activities sponsored by the Olin Fellowship for Olin Fellows

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application deadline: 

January 25, 2021

You can find FAQs and information about applying to the Olin Fellowship by visiting our admissions page below.

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FINANCIAL TERMS

Incoming Olin Fellows of Fall 2020 receive a generous $35,000 annual stipend, full tuition remission, and a $600 travel award. This award supports fellows through their program length*, which varies by degree type. Visit our Funding + Support pages for more information.

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