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Telluride House Scholarship

Posted: September 19, 2011

  • Who: Telluride Association Michigan Branch Telluride House
  • For: ALL Undergraduate, Graduate, and PhD Students
  • What: Full Room and Board scholarship for up to 5 years in highly selective, intellectually vibrant Telluride House Community
  • When: Application due 10/19/2011 at 9am
  • Info Sessions: Sept. 20, 7:00PM, Tappan Room, Michigan Union and Sept. 22, 7:00PM, Center Room, Pierpont Commons
  • Open House: October 4th @ 6:00PM, Telluride House

Telluride House is a five-year off-campus living-learning scholarship open to all graduate and undergraduate students, male or female, of all backgrounds and ethnicities. House members are dynamic, unique, and creative scholars, campus and community leaders, scientists, activists, volunteers, and performers. House life revolves around three pillars: Intellectual inquiry, community service, and democratic self-governance.

Telluride House Members are an incredibly diverse cohort (17 undergraduates, 8 graduate students, 3 faculty fellows comprising a bevy of disciplines). Mix this with an annual budget of $15,000, and you have a vibrant community of leaders dedicated to service, the pursuit of knowledge, and simply living together and having fun.

(Location: 1735 Washtenaw, Ann Arbor, 48109. The House is located on the corner of Cambridge, one block south of the "Rock" on the eastern side of Washtenaw, across from the park.

For those who want to learn more now, or cannot attend any of the above three events, please visit . The application to the House is also posted there.



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