M.A. Fellowship Application Process
Full or partial Masters Degree Fellowships will be awarded to students interested in furthering their understanding of the work of Bernard J. F. Lonergan, S.J.
Eligibility is contingent upon acceptance into the graduate programs of Master of Arts in the Philosophy Department at Boston College. That is, your application for the Lonergan fellowship will not be considered until you have been accepted into the graduate program in Philosophy. Applications for the Philosophy masters program may be obtained from the Graduate School of Arts & Sciences, Boston College, Chestnut Hill, MA 02467. Visit their web site to download an application.
A separate letter of interest in the Lonergan Fellowship should be addressed to to Professor Patrick Byrne, Director of the Lonergan Institute, and sent not later than February 1 to:
Boston College Lonergan Institute
Bapst Library 308 ~ 140 Commonwealth Ave.
Chestnut Hill, MA 02467
The letter of interest should include: (I) a statement of desire to be considered for a fellowship award; (II) a brief statement of the source of interest in Lonergan studies; (III) the name of someone who is willing to recommend the student for graduate studies in Lonergan’s work.
Decisions will be announced by May 1.
Contact Susan Legere or Kerry Cronin at (617)-552- 8095 with questions.
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