Telluride Association: Five-year room/board scholarship for UM — application open

Telluride House is currently accepting applications for the 2015-2016 academic year.

About Telluride:

Telluride House is a merit-based residential fellowship committed to establishing a vibrant community supporting democratic ideals of self-governance, a stimulating intellectual environment, and a commitment to public service. Housemembers (all on room and board scholarship at the House) range from freshman to Ph.D students, and are joined in residence by faculty fellows from several fields. By living with a commitment to our self-governing community, Telluride House strives to foster the moral and intellectual growth of its members. Past winners of the Telluride fellowship include a diverse set of luminaries such as philosopher Francis Fukuyama, postmodern scholar Gayatri Spivak, World Bank President Paul Wolfowitz, and several Nobel Prize winners including Steven Weinberg, Linus Pauling, and Richard Feynman. For more information, please see our website:

Open House Dinner + Information Meeting:
Thursday, September 25th @ 5:30PM
Telluride House (1735 Washtenaw Ave: corner of Washtenaw and Cambridge)

RSVP for the dinner + info meeting by September 21st here: (scroll to the bottom of the page, fill out your information, and check the 3rd box)

Fall 2014 Application Deadline:

Monday, October 6th @ 4:00 PM


  • Applications are available at:
  • To receive updates about our campus recruiting events, please sign-up here: We will email you only 3 times in the semester with pertinent information.
  • Please feel free to  contact with any questions.




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