The Reves Center for International Studies is proud to administer W&M's two scholarships created specifically for international students: the Clark-Campbell Scholarship and the Jack Wolf Scholarship. Donated by W&M alumni, these scholarships enable W&M to recognize the contributions of our international student community and support educational experiences.
Application forms and deadlines for each scholarship will be sent to students via ISSP listservs.
This award is made possible by the generosity of W&M alumni, Tim Campbell (Class of 1998) and Odette Clark-Campbell (Class of 2000 and an international student alumna!). Administered by the Reves Center, the scholarship is awarded to an international undergraduate student who has distinguished him/herself in academics and service to the W&M community. This is a one-time award of $3,000.
The application period for this scholarship is in the Fall semester.
Eligibility criteria include:
- Standing as a rising degree-seeking sophomore, junior or senior at W&M.
- Valid F-1 or J-1 non-immigrant status.
- Solid academic achievement evidenced by a minimum GPA of 3.0.
- Service to the William & Mary community.
- Open to all majors, including students who have not yet declared a major.
Jack Wolf Scholarship
This award is made possible by the generosity of the family of the late Jack Wolf, a W&M '53 alumnus. Administered by the Reves Center, the Jack Wolf Scholarship is awarded with preference for students other than United States nationality. This is a one-time award of a maximum of $3,500.
The application period for this scholarship is currently being determined, and will be posted soon.
For more information on these scholarships please contact The Office of International Students, Scholars, and Programs.