Bibliographical Society of America Scholarship
The Bibliographical Society of America (BSA) and Rare Book School (RBS) have partnered to offer an annual scholarship to a candidate who is currently working on a bibliographical project that intersects with or informed by content from an RBS course. Beneficiaries of this scholarship receive full tuition to an RBS course and a stipend of up to $500 to help defray the costs of travel and lodging.
Applications will be accepted directly by RBS. To apply, please submit an RBS scholarship application by the 1 November deadline. See the main scholarship page for application instructions. Scholarship applicants will be considered for all awards for which they are eligible. Participation in the RBS scholarship program implies acceptance of the scholarship Terms and Conditions.
N.B. This scholarship was previously referred to as the BSA-RBS Scholarship.
2020 – Joshua Kruchten
2019 – Matthew da Mota
2017 – Tara Lyons
2016 – Meghan Kern
2015 – Alexander Ames
2014 – Ann Johnson
2013 – Megan Peiser
2012 – Jennifer Newman