Honorific Fellowship: Charlotte Elizabeth Procter Fellowship

Applicaton Process
By Nomination
Natural Sciences
Social Sciences
Continuing students
DCE students
Funding Type
Administered By
Graduate School


The Procter Fellowship was established in 1912 in memory of Charlotte Elizabeth Procter by her son and is open to students who are in their terminal year. Fellows are to be selected by vote of the University faculty on nomination by the dean of the Graduate School after consultation with professors in each nominee’s home department. The fellowship recognizes students in their later year of study for outstanding academic performance and professional promise.


Honorific awards provide full university fellowship tuition and a 12-month premium stipend set at a rate which exceeds standard support.

Nomination Process

Students must be nominated by their department to be considered for an Honorific Fellowship. Information regarding eligibility and nomination procedures is currently available for directors of graduate studies and graduate program administrators.

View a list of recent Charlotte Elizabeth Procter Fellowship recipients.