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Please use this form if you are applying for Associate Membership and are NOT applying for a fellowship or Regular Membership. 

If you need a reference about how to fill out the form, you may consult this webpage:

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If you are applying for a fellowship or Regular Membership, you can find more information here: and here:

Please use this form for: 

Associate Membership, applying for Fellowships or Grants (Student or Senior Scholars)

When you select the fellowship(s) to which you are applying below, specific fields will appear for completion. 

If you are applying for more than one fellowship, there are two options: 1) you may submit this form once with all required material uploaded to the form (you may check more than one box to indicate the fellowships to which you are applying); or 2) you may submit this form more than once if you would like to submit the applications at different times. 

Follow the deadline listed on the website  ( for each Fellowship. The deadline for most Fellowships is January 15. 

Please reference fellowship details on the website about what is expected as part of your application  ( 

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DEADLINE: January 15, 2021

(If applying for a Fulbright Grant, there is a separate application process:

The M. Alison Frantz Fellowship, formerly known as the Gennadeion Fellowship in Post-Classical Studies, was named in honor of archaeologist, Byzantinist, and photographer M. Alison Frantz (1903–1995), a scholar of the post-classical Athenian Agora whose photographs of antiquities are widely used in books on Greek culture.

DEADLINE: January 15, 2021

The American School of Classical Studies at Athens announces a new fellowship to support students and teachers from underrepresented groups in study and research at the School in Athens.

William Sanders Scarborough (1852–1926), the son of an enslaved woman and a freedman, was a pathbreaking African American Classical scholar and public intellectual. Scarborough’s scholarship included philological works on Greek and Roman authors, as well as studies of African languages and African American folklore. His First Lessons in Greek (1881) was the first foreign language textbook by an African American author. He taught at Ohio’s Wilberforce University and Payne Theological Seminary, serving as Wilberforce’s president from 1908–1920. He was a cofounder of the American Negro Academy, an active member of the American Philological Association, and an invited member of the Archaeological Institute of America.

At least twice in his life (1886 and 1896), Scarborough hoped to attend the American School, with the encouragement of the School’s Managing Committee. Lack of funding, coupled with his many professional responsibilities, kept Scarborough from realizing his dream of going to Greece.  The fellowship is intended to honor Professor Scarborough’s memory and to help foster diversity at the American School.

DEADLINE: November 1, 2020

Please use this form only if you are applying for a Wiener Laboratory fellowship. 


Research Associate Appointment: January 15, 2021

Pre-Doctoral Fellowship (2021-2023): January 15, 2021

Programmatic Post-Doctoral Research Fellowship (2021-2024) : January 15, 2021

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Please use this form only to apply for the Paul Rehak Memorial Traveling Fellowship. The fellowship is for Regular Members and Student Associate Members already attending the School for the entire academic year.

DEADLINE: March 1, 2021

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Use this form if you are requesting a "Letter of Affiliation" or "Affiliation Letter." For example, an application for the Fulbright requires applicants to submit an "Affiliation Letter" with their online application and you may request this letter via this online form. 

If approved for an Affiliation Letter, the document will be emailed and mailed to the applicant. 

Deadline: Rolling. 

NOTE: You must apply for a letter of affiliation at least two weeks prior to your institute’s deadline. The committee needs at least two weeks turnaround time for all applications. If you apply less than two weeks before your institute’s deadline, we cannot guarantee you will receive notice from the committee by your deadline.

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Please use this form only if you are a current member of the School and wish to extend the dates of your membership. If you are not currently a member or are applying for a period of membership not contiguous with your current appointment, please use the Associate membership application form at

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