About the Scholarship

Udall Scholarship is authorized by Udall Foundation. The establishment was set up in the year 1992 as an independent official branch office to respect Morris K. Udall's enduring effect on this present country's condition, open grounds, and natural resources, and his support of the rights and self-administration of American Indians and Alaska Natives. 

The Udall Foundation awards scholarships to college sophomores and juniors for leadership, public service, and responsibility to issues identified with Native American countries or to the environment.

 

 


What are the procedures to be followed while applying for this scholarship grant?

  • Candidates must answer the 11questions from the application form.

  • Understudies must present an essay of 800 words on a speech, legislative act, book, or open strategy statement by either Morris K. Udall or Stewart L. Udall and its effect on your interests and objectives. 

  • A current official transcript is to be provided by the students applying for this grant.

  • Three letters of recommendation are to be submitted that speak to your leadership, public service, and academic achievements.

  • The understudies applying for this award must present a Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) application.


Udall Scholarship award amounts to

  • This scholarship provides $7000 each year which is a one-time award and is non-renewable.

  • The total number of awards offered by this scholarship is limited to 50 candidates each year.


Deadline info

The applications are to be presented before the end of March 07, 2020. Understudies are informed to present their grant application and other requirements are to be submitted before the due date. Applications and other data are accessible online on the Udall Foundation website.


Eligibility Criteria

  • Applicant must be an undergraduate student pursuing a major related to environmental studies.

  • Applicant must be a Native American or Alaska native pursuing a major related to health care and tribal public policy.

  • Minimum GPA of 3.0.