Why does USC have campus deadlines that are earlier than the Fulbright National Deadline?
Fulbright gives campuses the opportunity to evaluate and provide feedback for applicants before final submission. In order for our office to arrange meeting times with faculty committees, we need your application materials early. The purpose of the evaluation and interview is to enhance your application. Current juniors, seniors, graduate students, and alumni (up to three years post-graduation) should follow these campus deadlines if applying through USC.
|April 2, 2018||Online Application Opens through Embark|
|July 13, 2018||Deadline to Register Application through USC in the Fulbright Embark Online Application to be eligible to participate in Campus Committee Evaluation Interviews.
To apply for Fulbright through USC you must either be a current student or recent alumni (up to three years after graduation). The AHF bi-weekly newsletter will be sent to the email you indicate in your Fulbright application.
Begin a 2019-20 application, create an account and complete the following:
|August 26, 2018||Fulbright Campus Interview Availability Survey due by 11:59pm|
|September 3, 2018||Applicants Registered through USC Submit Complete Fulbright Application in Embark. All applicants who registered to apply through USC in July submit a complete Fulbright application in Embark including:
**Please note: Submitting at this time allows AHF to access your materials before your final submission to Fulbright.
|September 10-14, 2018||Study/Research Campus Committee Evaluation Interviews|
|September 17-21, 2018||ETA Campus Committee Evaluation Interviews|
|September 30, 2018||Campus Deadline to Re-Submit Final Version of Application by 11:59pm. AHF will attach your Campus Committee Evaluation Form and your application will be sent to Fulbright.|
|October 9, 2018||National Fulbright Deadline|