High School Senior Application Process
The Robertson Scholars Leadership Program invests in young leaders who want to make transformational contributions to society. Watch the video below to learn more about our High School application process, and gain insight into some of the most frequently asked questions about our program.
Current UNC & Duke Student Application Process
Currently enrolled UNC & Duke students are also invited to apply for the Robertson Scholars Leadership Program. Interested students should review the video below outlining important eligibility requirements and the application process. The application for currently enrolled students will open on October 1, 2021 and the link to apply will be posted on our website at that time.
Have additional questions about the Robertson experience? Take a look at our alumni videos below for additional insights on the community, the program, and the experiences offered by the Robertson. Check back here often, we'll be adding more videos throughout Fall 2021!
Mary Laci Motely (UNC '21) & Sebastian Baquerizo (Duke '17)
Robertson alumni Mary Laci Motley & Sebastian Baquerizo connect and reflect on the passion and diversity of thought in the Robertson Scholars Leadership Program, the benefits of the cohort experience, and the networks they gained as Robertson Scholars.
Nonnie Egbuna (Duke '20) & Ajeet Hansra (Duke '14)
Nonnie Egbuna (Duke '20) & Ajeet Hansra (Duke '14) reflect on the power of story telling in creating transformational change, the benefits of opening yourself to exploration, and how the Robertson inspired them to live their values post-graduation.
Daniel Lim (Duke '16) & John Harris (UNC '12)
Robertson alumni Daniel Lim (Duke '16) & John Harris (UNC '12) dive into the power of the Robertson summer experiences and how The Robertson helped refine their views on ethical leadership.
Abigail Gay (UNC '17) & Trey Walk (Duke '19)
Abigail Gay (UNC '17) & Trey Walk (Duke '19) share the perks of Campus Switch, the importance of mentorship, and how the Robertson encouraged them lean into their commitments and values.