Jewish Studies Scholarships and Awards

Jewish Studies at Arizona State University offers a variety of generous scholarship and fellowship opportunities to students at all academic levels on an annual basis. As long as funds are available, scholarships may be awarded on a rolling basis. Applicants should submit ONE application packet containing a single copy of the items listed below, as required for the scholarship(s) funding for which they are applying:

  • Completed ASU Jewish Studies Scholarship Application
  • Cover letter
  • Curriculum Vitae and/or unofficial transcript
  • Project proposal or plan of research, up to 1,500 words, including: estimated budget; timeframe; institutional information for external academic study, if applicable (not required for Benjamin Goldberg Memorial Scholarship; Chulew Family Endowed Scholarship, or Schwartz scholarships)
  • Two current letters of recommendation, including one ASU academic reference if applicable (not required for Chulew Family Endowed Scholarship or Schwartz scholarships)

Additional requirements for Benjamin Goldberg Memorial Scholarship and Chulew Family Endowed Scholarship:

  • FAFSA form on file through Financial Assistance Office
  • Statement of financial need included in cover letter or proposal
  • Copy of your Financial Award letter

Scholarship Application