Collegium Institute Undergraduate Fellowship Application (Spring 2020)
PRIORITY DEADLINE: MONDAY, DECEMBER 30, 2019
FINAL DEADLINE: FRIDAY, JANUARY 17, 2020
The Collegium Institute Undergraduate Student Fellows form an intellectual community at the University of Pennsylvania committed to exploring the past, present, and future of academic learning as a whole. Student fellows show varying degrees of interest in the meaning of the liberal arts, the promise of the research university, and the study of the intellectual tradition of Catholicism or other religions in both contexts.
All, however, seek to reflect together upon the inter-relation of knowledge across the university, and form friendships in this common pursuit. They engage with the questions that transcend the disciplines, while striving to draw wisdom from each one. The Fellows program is open to Penn students of all confessions and affiliations.
For more information and application inquiries, please contact Emmie Brown, our program fellow and operations coordinator, at
For a list of our current student fellows, please visit
Anticipated Year of Graduation
Statement of Interest
Below, please provide a brief statement of interest answering the question: Why would you like to become a Collegium Undergraduate Fellow? (150 - 300 words). Your statement might relate to specific CI programs or more general questions, including but not limited to: the relationship between the liberal arts and cutting-edge knowledge, the relationship between faith and reason, or the search for a meaningful humanism today.
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