Every year, the Frederick Honors College recognizes the students who champion our values with a variety of awards and honors. At our annual awards ceremony in April, we bring together distinguished alumni and University leaders to celebrate these outstanding students and their achievements.
All Honors awards include a financial stipend; amounts vary.
To apply to any Frederick Honors College award, go to PittFund$Me
(PittFund$Me matches students directly to awards they are eligible for. If there is an award you think you are eligible for that is not appearing in your PittFund$Me, please contact Kate Bowersox.)
This scholarship for incoming students provides tuition and a room and board stipend.
Applications are by invitation only.
The David C. Frederick Scholarship awards $12,500 to high-achieving sophomores who work full- or part-time to pay for their education so they can reduce their work hours to focus on academic pursuits.
The David C. Frederick Public Service Internship Awards support students during unpaid summer internships at nonprofit organization or government agencies across the United States.
The G. Alec Stewart Student Achievement Award recognizes students who embody the Frederick Honors College's core values of academic achievement, intellectual curiosity and commitment to social good. It honors the College's beloved founding Dean, "Doc" Stewart, whose vision of excellence and inclusion still guides our philosophies.
This endowment provides tuition assistance or research support for students whose work or research demonstrates unusual creativity, imagination and tolerance.
This endowment supports Frederick Honors College student independent research projects in humanities, social sciences, and physical sciences.
This endowment supports educational expenses for students studying mathematics or the natural sciences.
The Charles A. Lesser Scholarship provides support to an undergraduate arts and science student at the Frederick Honors College.
This endowment supports an undergraduate scholar based on merit and need, with special consideration given to candidates who share the particular interest in art and culture that characterized Dilva Lombardi.
This endowment enables 5th year undergraduate engineering students to pursue a second degree in a non-engineering discipline. Recipients demonstrate a breadth of academic interest.
This annual award provides tuition support or support for a Frederick Honors College student's educational experience “beyond the classroom,” like study abroad, an internship, or a special research project.
This endowment funds support for educational expenses for students studying chemistry or physics.
Tuition support for Frederick Honors College students in their sophomore, junior, or senior year, with special preference for engineering or music majors.
Provides financial support for independent, interdisciplinary research projects in the Brackenridge Research Fellowship program that cut across traditional academic boundaries. Awardees are selected from Honors Fellows.
Provides support for undergraduates to engage in field study or research, with preference given to students participating in the Frederick Honors College Wyoming Field Studies Program at the Allen L. Cook Spring Creek Preserve.
To provide support for student research projects in the Frederick Honors College being conducted by students. Preference will be given to students who reside in Pennsylvania.
To provide annual support for undergraduate Frederick Honors College students participating in the Wyoming Field Studies Courses.
Provides support for undergrad Frederick Honors College students to engage in field study or research. Preference to students participating in Yellowstone Field Study Program.
The Joseph G. Jurcic Endowed Scholarship provides tuition support or other educational expenses for undergraduate students who are eligible to enroll in Frederick Honors College courses. Award shall be made to the most qualified student with preference towards interest Math, Philosophy, Medicine or Music.