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About Scholars Programs

What Are Scholars Programs?

Scholars programs are available to all majors, provide additional resources and opportunities for selected students, and are highly competitive.

Boyd Scholars The Margaret Boyd Scholars Program seeks to inspire and encourage undergraduate women to become engaged, confident and connected leaders at Ohio University and beyond.

College of Arts and Sciences Scholars The Scholars Program offers a unique opportunity to a select group of students to engage with distinguished faculty and their own peers in the kind of heightened intellectual discussion that is generally not possible within the large lecture format of most introductory level courses.

College of Business: Honors Program  The Business Honors Program at Ohio University is specially designed for academic achievement-oriented students with a unique, demanding, engaged and applied learning experience.

Cutler Scholars Program Students do not apply for this highly selective scholarship program, but rather are nominated by their high school or an Ohio University alumni chapter. In addition, students come from particular locations or high schools, or intend to major in specific fields of study. This endowed program provides tuition, fees, and room and board for the academic year as well as funds for a structured summer internship or related experience.

Ohio Fellows Program

Templeton Scholars Program One of the most competitive and distinctive programs at Ohio University, the Templeton Scholars Program provides valuable educational opportunities designed to enrich the intellectual experiences of talented students from disproportionately represented populations. Templeton Scholars are deeply engaged and enriched by a variety of intellectual and cultural opportunities to delve into the areas of politics, humanities, economics, science, arts and the environment -- just to name a few. In addition, research, service and student-led discussions will be a core part of your experience as a selected scholar.