Scholarships and Fellowships

Fellowships take scholarships a step further by providing students with the chance to participate in important study, research, creative work, and service with like-minded peers. Fellowships provide a way to put academics into action, build a student’s resume, and be part of a learning community.
Fellowships require a specialized application process. Use the below links to access the current fellowships available (effective for 2023-24 incoming students only): 

Reserve Officer Training Corps (ROTC) 
Rhodes, in cooperation with the University of Memphis and the Departments of the Air Force, Army and Navy, participates in crosstown agreements that provide the opportunity for Rhodes students to enroll in Aerospace Studies (Air Force ROTC), Military Science (Army ROTC) and Naval Science (Navy ROTC) at the University of Memphis. Although a student takes the ROTC courses at The University of Memphis, that student is a full-time student at Rhodes, and any financial assistance provided by the military services is based on tuition and fees at Rhodes. Upon successful completion of the reserve officer training programs and the undergraduate degree at Rhodes, a student receives a commission as a second lieutenant or an ensign in the appropriate military service. Visit the current Rhodes College Catalogue for degree-specific course details. 

Institutional fellowships, scholarships, and grants may be used to pay Rhodes tuition, fees, room and board only (direct cost), unless otherwise specified, and are awarded on a full-academic year (two semesters), fall and spring semesters only. Please note, Rhodes scholarships may have to be reduced if you receive awards from outside sources that in combination exceed direct costs. 


Financial Aid Applications
FAFSA (Rhodes Title IV code: 003519)

Download Forms
All Financial Aid forms can be found on the Rhodes Express Download Forms webpage.