ASU Coverdell Master’s Fellowship for RPCVs – Apply now!


The Coverdell Fellows Program (formerly known as Fellows/USA) is a graduate fellowship program that offers financial assistance to Returned Peace Corps Volunteers (RPCVs) who want to earn a graduate degree. All Fellows provide much-needed assistance to underserved American communities.

Arizona State University offers 12 Coverdell Fellowships per year that include:

  • tuition assistance for most or all of a master’s degree
  • increased earning potential in your career
  • expanding the experience and skills that you gained in the Peace Corps while serving your local community
  • real-world experience in solving economic and social challenges that face the nation and the world

Through the Paul D. Coverdell Fellows program, you can earn a master’s degree in several areas, including:

  • business (MBA)
  • education, including teacher certification
  • engineering
  • justice studies or political science
  • psychology
  • social justice and human rights
  • social technologies

Deadline for application is April 1 for 2017 fall semester and fellowships are limited. Review the ASU Coverdell website at  for requirements, instructions, benefits and programs available to you, and to file an application. Questions? Please contact

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