Arizona State University joins the likes of Harvard University, Stanford University and University of Chicago as the only schools in the United States with all three of these prestigious scholarship winners in attendance.
The Churchill, Marshall and Rhodes Scholarships are among the most prestigious in the world, and they exemplify the high caliber and diversity of Sun Devil students.
In the United States, only about 25 percent of Churchill, Marshall or Rhodes Scholars attend public institutions such as ASU, which is the first public university to have all three scholarships represented in it’s student population at the same time. Chemical engineering major Christopher Balzer is ASU’s first Churchill Scholar, electrical engineering major Ngoni Mugwisi is ASU’s first Rhodes Scholar since 2001, and Global Studies major Erin Schulte is the 18th Marshall Scholar at ASU.
ASU is also one of the top universities for Fulbright Scholars, with fifteen currently enrolled, and six awarded faculty members. For more information on ASU’s success as the most innovative university in the country, visit ASU Now. Sun Devil students are encouraged to take full advantage of all the university resources available, including academic advising and the Office of National Scholarship Advising. Go Sun Devils!