Any female graduate of a Baccalaureate institution in the U.S. who plans to serve and lead at the highest levels of society. To be eligible, students must be enrolled as a full-time student at Washington University. International students are eligible, but the undergraduate degree must come from a U.S. institution.
Students will be selected for the Olin Fellowship, who, in light of all pertinent academic qualifications, experiences, and attributes, demonstrate potential to be an impactful influence at Washington University, both within their selected field and for the fellowship community.
Students will be selected for the Olin Fellowship, who demonstrate a desire to use the exclusive fellowship resources to catalyze their development as a future citizen scholar.
- The University believes that student body diversity entails many dimensions, and is advanced on campus by having a broad variety of cultural, socioeconomic, gender, racial, ethnic, geographical, philosophical/religious, and other distinctive backgrounds and perspectives (e.g., first-generation college graduates, experience facing personal or financial hardship).
Nearly every terminal degree on campus is eligible (School of Law, Olin, Brown School, Medicine, all PhD programs) and there are a wide range of program lengths as a result. (Not presently eligible: Doctor of Audiology, Doctor of Occupational Therapy, Doctor of Physical Therapy.)