Check out the Charles Center's funds for research and creative experiences!
The Charles Center offers a number of grants for current undergraduate students to fund summer research in all disciplines. The majority of these awards are $3,000 to support seven full-time weeks of research during the summer. Applications are due by 11:59 pm on Monday, February 19, 2024.
Learn about Charles Center Summer Research Grants here.
William & Mary Honors Fellowships support students conducting research for department Honors projects the summer before senior year. An Honors Fellowship is a $4,000 summer grant to conduct 10 full-time weeks of pre-Honors research. Applications are due by 11:59 pm on Monday, February 19, 2024.
Learn about Honors Fellowships here.
These grants support the artistic growth of talented students in the creative and performing arts through off-campus educational experiences, either at a formal educational institution or through structured practical hands-on exposure, in the United States or abroad for a summer. We encourage Catron grant recipients to enhance their talents through academic or studio classes, structured hands-on experiences, or a combination of the two. Although the number of awards and funding amounts vary, the maximum awarded is $5,000. Applications are due by 11:59 pm on Monday, March 4, 2024.
Learn more about the Catron Grant for Artistic Development here.
The purpose of the Semester Research Funding Program is to assist students with up to $500 of expenses directly related to the conduct of research that occurs during the academic year. Funding for the Program comes from the Office of the Vice Provost for Research. The priority deadline is October 16, 2023 and the final deadline is December 8, 2023.
Learn about Semester Research Funding here.
Students completing an honors thesis are eligible to apply for up to $500 to support their research or conference travel the fall of their senior year. The priority deadline is November 1, 2023 and the final deadline is December 8, 2023.
Learn about Honors Thesis Semester Funding here.
The Boswell-Caracci Material Culture Study Fund provides support for William & Mary undergraduate and graduate students to attend symposia and programs at the Decorative Arts Trust and the Museum of Early Southern Decorative Arts (MESDA). Students may request up to $1,000 of funding to cover the cost of attending programming. The priority deadline is October 16, 2023 and the final deadline is December 8, 2023.
Learn about the Boswell-Caracci Material Culture Study Fund here.
Currently enrolled undergraduate students presenting research at a conference in their field may request up to $1,500 of funding. The actual amount disbursed is subject to the number of applicants and available funding. Applications are now open and will be reviewed at least monthly on a rolling basis until April 1, 2024 or all available funding is expended.
Learn about the Research in Motion Conference Travel Grant here.