Ervin Scholars are expected to set high standards for their academic work and maintain steady progress toward completing their degrees. Scholars regularly meet with the Dean of the Program to discuss academic work and strategies for success.
Ervin Scholarships support four years of undergraduate study for students who continue to meet the program’s expectations.
Ervin Scholars routinely receive prestigious internship positions. Students have been selected to participate in the Kemper Scholars Program, the Morgan Stanley
Company’s Richard B. Fisher Scholars Program, and the INROADS program for minority students, among others. In partnership with faculty members, Ervin Scholars have conducted research through the Howard Hughes Medical Institutes Fellowships and the Mellon Mays Fellowship Program. Ervin Scholars are often named to the Dean’s List and also go on to receive additional academic honors, such as Phi Beta Kappa. Two Ervin graduates have been named Rhodes Scholars.
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