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Below are budget forms to be completed by applicants who are applying for a Vassar Fellowship. Instructions on how to apply to each fellowship are outlined on the respective pages within this website. Please be sure to visit the page of the fellowship you are considering and use the appropriate budget. If you do not use the right budget we will ask you to resubmit. 

Use this form if you are applying for the UNDERGRADUATE Ann Cornelisen Fellowship or the Cooperman Fellowship:

Undergraduate Academic Program Budget (43KB) (UG Cornelisen, Cooperman)

Use this form if you are applying for the Ann Cornelisen Fellowship for Seniors/Alums, the Maguire Fellowship, or Vassar Fellowships for Graduate Study:

Graduate Study Budget (60KB) (Cornelisen for Seniors/Alums, Maguire, Vassar Fellowships for Graduate Study)

Use this form if you are applying for a Burnam Fellowship: 

Undergraduate Independent Project or Internship Budget (39KB)(Burnam)

Here are some resources to help you as you put together your project budget. Your budget should be itemized and a thorough reflection of what you are requesting. “Project Costs” on its own is very vague. The template that we ask you to use is a bare-bones guide of what the committee is looking for and may not necessarily cover everything that should be included in your budget. 

CashCourse, a free online resource can also be useful. This Study Abroad Worksheet (133KB) is from their site. 

Yale’s Center for International and Professional Experience (CIPE) Budget worksheet

Texas State University—San Marcos Honors College Prestigious Fellowship and Scholarship Opportunities: Preparing a Fellowship Budget

Providence Sample Budget for Undergraduate Research Fellowship