Udall ScholarshipsFor Sophomores and Juniors Interested in Careers in Environmental Public Policy OR Tribal Public Policy OR Native American Health Care
Outstanding UCLA sophomores and juniors preparing for careers in Environmental Public Policy, OR
Tribal Public Policy OR Native American Health Care (only Native Americans and Alaska Natives are eligible to apply in Tribal Public Policy or Native American Health Care)
are invited to apply for the Udall Scholarship. The Udall Foundation seeks applicants with strong
academic records, and demonstrated leadership and service.
You may not apply directly for a Udall Scholarship. You must be nominated by UCLA. Up to six students can be nominated. In order to be considered for UCLA nomination, you must meet all of the eligibility requirements listed above and follow the instructions below:
If you are nominated by UCLA, you will be asked to write an essay discussing a significant public speech, legislative act, book, or public policy statement by Congressman Morris K. Udall or Secretary of Interior Steward L. Udall. In one or two sentences, please indicate which speech, legislative act, book, or public policy statement you would choose. You are NOT required to write the essay at this point.
Make TWO sets, each containing a resume, a transcript/s or DPR, and your essay topic and submit both sets to Honors Programs, A311 Murphy Hall no later than the UCLA NOMINATION DEADLINE:
Visit the Udall Scholarship website for complete scholarship information.