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Did you know ONSF has created multiple Canvas sites for students? Prospective applicants use these sites to learn more about scholarship and fellowship opportunities, gain access to sample essays and application advice, and more.
All prospective applicants to an ONSF program should enroll on the related Canvas site or module to learn more about their intended program. If you decide to apply, register your decision via the ONSF Applicants Survey found within each Canvas site or module to be recognized as a Current Applicant.
Navigate to the Canvas sites linked below to self-enroll!
How does ONSF use Canvas for Applicants?
U-M Applicants receive access to previously locked advising resources as well as in-depth information about applications and essays, and invitations to group workshops.
ONSF communicates announcements, updates, and advising support through each application's section on Canvas. Be sure to enable announcements to stay up-to-date!
Current ONSF Canvas Modules include:
- Wallenberg Fellowship
- NSF Graduate Research Fellowship
- U-M Nominated Scholarships, including:
- Truman Scholarship
- Beinecke Scholarship
- Udall Scholarship
- UK Scholarships, including:
- Rhodes Scholarship
- Marshall Scholarship
- Mitchell Scholarship
- Churchill Scholarship
- Gates-Cambridge Scholarship