Scholarships

History Department Awards

Chapin Award for Student Research

The Department of History is pleased to offer Chapin Scholarships to assist qualified students conducting archival and other primary source research.  The scholarships are designed to help meritorious graduate and undergraduate students in the History honors program with expenses such as travel, lodging, copying, archive and library fees, purchasing research materials, and other costs directly related to significant research based on primary source materials.

The Chapin Award committee invites applications and nominations for this year’s Chapin History Award. Applications will be accepted and reviewed on a rolling basis. Recipients will be notified soon after review of all application materials. As a condition of acceptance, recipients of the award will present findings from their research at a departmental awards reception the following spring. The awards are made possible by a generous growing endowment from Nancy Lanphier and Charles Armstrong Chapin.

Application process

 


Institutional Scholarships

Students pursuing a Graduate or Undergraduate degree at UIS are strongly encouraged to apply for institutional scholarships. UIS gave out over 250 scholarship awards, totaling over $400,000 in award money last year through the Access Illinois Match Program. The UIS History Department has scholarship opportunities specifically for both Graduate and Undergraduate students in History.

Undergraduate Scholarships

  • Jane and John Stout Educational Scholarship
  • John W. Holtz Memorial Scholarship
  • Michael J. and Virginia A. Hogan Scholarship
  • Study Abroad Scholarships

Graduate Scholarships

 How to Apply

To apply for scholarships, students need to complete the Scholarship Application, available on the Financial Aid website.

Additional Resources

To view a list of all institutional scholarships available at UIS, please visit the Financial Aid website.