Location: Bowdoin / Office of Special Academic Programs

The Office of Special Academic Programs (OSAP) administers the (i) Mellon Mays Undergraduate Fellowship, (ii) Bowdoin Faculty Scholarship, and (iii) Joshua L. Chamberlain Scholarship. It also serves as a resource for students interested in pursuing graduate studies. Consistent with the overall policy of promoting excellence and diversity, we strive to provide the range of institutional support programs toward ensuring the recruitment and retention of students. 

Boody Johnson HouseAddress and Location

Office of Special Academic Programs
Boody-Johnson House
Room 113
256 Maine Street
Brunswick, ME 04011
Ph: (207) 725-3834

Journey from Bowdoin to Harvard: MMUF Fellow Alex Haskins '11
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Scholarships and Programs

Mellon Mays Undergraduate Program

Mellon Mays Undergraduate Fellowship, established through the generosity of the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation, aims to expand the diversity of students pursuing doctoral degrees in the humanities and in selected social and natural sciences. The fellowship is open to all interested and qualified students. Learn More »

Bowdoin Faculty Scholarship

Bowdoin Faculty Scholarship recognizes and honors students who have achieved excellence in academic work, rank high in secondary school performance, and bring special talents to enrich the College. Learn More »