Soderquist Graduate Fellowship

Founded in 1998, the Soderquist Fellowship Program offers talented individuals the opportunity to earn a master's degree while working at the Soderquist Center for Leadership & Ethics. This model of applied academics brings students together with practitioners in a professional setting. The Soderquist Center has partnered with John Brown University to offer two degree programs: Master of Business Administration (MBA) and Master of Science in Leadership & Ethics (MSLE).


A limited number of Soderquist Fellowships are available each academic year. These fellowships include full tuition to pursue an MBA or MSLE degree at John Brown University, and a stipend for a 35-hour work week at SCLE. Before being considered for a fellowship, candidates must apply for admission to the Graduate Business programs through the JBU Graduate Admissions Office. Provisional fellowships may be awarded upon approval by the SCLE and the Director of Graduate Business Programs. Full award of a fellowship will not take place until all admission requirements have been met with the JBU Graduate & Professional Studies Office.

Soderquist Fellowship applications must be submitted online or postmarked by February 1st. Resumes and applications should be mailed to:
Soderquist Center for Leadership & Ethics
2000 W. University St.
Siloam Springs, AR 72761

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