Applications are now open for the new Summer Fellows Program. Students will have chance to embark on a summer of exploration and growth, working closely with UCLA faculty on research or creative projects tailored to your interests in the humanities, arts, or social sciences. Dive into weekly online workshops, seminars, and assignments designed to elevate your skills and knowledge while connecting with fellow scholars. Applications are due May 1st, don’t miss your chance to apply!

The Summer Fellows Program is directed through the Office of the Dean for Undergraduate Education and administered by the Undergraduate Research Center for Humanities, Arts, and Social Sciences.

Why Apply?

  • Financial Support: Receive a $3,000 scholarship to alleviate summer expenses.
  • Academic Credit: Enroll in a Student Research Program (SRP) 99 course or an upper-division departmental research contract course during the 10-week Summer Session A.
  • Guidance and Mentorship: Benefit from the expertise of UCLA faculty mentors dedicated to supporting and guiding you throughout your project.
  • Professional Development: Engage in weekly workshops to enhance your personal and professional skills, aligning your research with your future career goals

Are You Eligible?

  • Maintain a GPA of 2.5 or higher.
  • Be a continuing sophomore, junior, or senior in the 2024-2025 academic year.
  • Commit to research or creative projects in the humanities, arts, or social sciences during Summer Session A.
  • US citizens, permanent residents, undocumented, DACA, AB540, and international students are eligible to apply.
  • Not have previously participated in the Summer Fellows Program.

Don’t Miss Out!

Seize the opportunity to elevate your education with the Summer Fellows Program. To apply, students must submit a research proposal, personal statement, and confirmation of mentorship from their faculty mentor.

Check out the complete list of eligibility requirements and application details on the URC-HASS website.

Questions? Email or visit A334 Murphy Hall.