Coronavirus Information:
Bradley University will continue on-campus, in-person classes for the spring 2021 semester with limited restrictions.


The Fellows program was conceived as a means for instilling leadership skills and civic responsibility through a comprehensive college experience. Each year, 15 freshmen are selected as Fellows. The selected students receive an annual $1,000 scholarship for their participation in this program. In return, the Fellows commit to complete the following objectives:

  • Volunteer 40 hours a semester with the majority of the hours for one service agency
  • Serve one office hour per week in the Center’s office
  • Complete a reflection paper at the end of each semester
  • Be an active member in at least one student organization
  • Attend group meetings and one-on-one meetings with the Fellows president 
  • Volunteer 25 hours during the summer (starting your sophomore year)
  • Actively participate in one of the Fellows committees (leadership, volunteer, social, or philanthropy)

Each Fellow is awarded a scholarship in recognition of their involvement with the program. The following individuals have created endowments to provide scholarships. The Fellows program could not exist without their generosity. Our deepest appreciation to:

  • Ruth Kramer Memorial Scholarship
  • Kathryn Jacquin Simpson (Judge John Niehaus Fellowship) 
  • Lincoln Office Supply (Lincoln Office Endowed Fellowships for Leadership and Public Service)
  • Mr. Ed King (The Ed King Scholarship)
  • The Robert E. Coker Family (The Robert E. Coker Memorial Scholarship)
  • George P. Shadid Jr. Memorial Endowed Scholarship 
  • Michael and Gillian Draper Family Endowed Scholarship
  • Doug Stewart Fellows Endowed Scholarship

Update on Fellows

The Fellows program is currently not accepting any applications for the Fall 2020 semester at this time. Please continue to check back in the future for updates. If you have any questions, please email us at

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