- SCS Awards for Excellence in Teaching at the College Level, to give special and public expression to the SCS's commitment to honor and foster excellence in the teaching of the Classics. Deadline: October 16, 2023
- SCS Awards for Excellence in Teaching at the K-12 Level, open to teachers, full- or part-time, of grades K-12 in schools in the United States and Canada who at the time of the application teach at least one class of Latin, Greek, or classics at the K-12 level. Deadline: November 1, 2023
Prizes for Research and Publication
- The Charles J. Goodwin Award of Merit, named in honor of a long-time member and generous benefactor of the Society for Classical Studies, is the only honor for scholarly books given by the Society. Deadline: March 22, 2023
- The Erich S. Gruen Prize, for the best graduate research paper on multiculturalism in the ancient Mediterranean. Deadline: October 6, 2023
Prizes for Public Engagement
- The SCS Outreach Prize recognizes outstanding projects or events by an SCS member or members that make an aspect of classical antiquity available and attractive to an audience other than classics scholars or students in their courses. Deadline: October 28, 2022
- The Forum Prize, started by the committee on Public Information and Media Relations, offers a yearly award for non-academic, public-facing programs that highlight the Classics in their respective media. Deadline: October 31, 2022
- The President's Award of the Society for Classical Studies, established to honor an individual, group, or organization outside of the Classics profession that has made significant contributions to advancing public appreciation and awareness of Classical antiquity. See Award page for nomination instructions.
- Distinguished Service Awards, which acknowledge extraordinary service to the profession of classics and the Society for Classical Studies. See Award page for nomination instructions.
Fellowships and Grants
Funding for Undergraduates and Recent Graduates
- The Lionel Pearson Fellowship seeks to contribute to the training of students with a Bacherlors Degree from a North American institution by providing funding for one year of graduate study at an English or Scottish university. Deadline: November 6, 2023
- Frank M. Snowden Jr. Undergraduate Scholarships, summer funding for archaeological, language, and other programs for undergraduate from historically underrepresented groups. Deadline: December 20, 2022.
Professional Development and Financial Support for Teachers and College / University Faculty
- David D. and Rosemary H. Coffin Fellowship for Travel in Classical Lands, established in 2004 by the friends and students of David and Rosemary Coffin to support travel for secondary school teachers. Deadline: February 16, 2023.
- Contingent Faculty Grants, a new program in 2021-2022 to provide professional development and financial assistance funds to contingent faculty. Application Period: October 1, 2022-December 31, 2022
- Pedagogy Award for K-12 teachers of classics and college / university faculty. Deadline: April 20, 2023
- Zeph Stewart Latin Teacher Training Award for those preparing for K-12 certification to teach Latin. Deadline: April 20, 2023
- The Thesaurus Linguae Latinae (TLL) Fellowship, supported by a generous grant from the National Endowment for the Humanities, enables an American scholar to participate in the work of the Thesaurus Linguae Latinae Institute in Munich. Read more about this fellowship and the TLL itself. This year's deadline is October 31, 2022.
- Ludwig Koenen Fellowship for Papyrology, open to graduate students, postdoctoral fellows, and non-tenured faculty. Deadline: April 20, 2023
Public Engagement Grants
- The Ancient Worlds, Modern Communities initiative provides mini-grants of up to $2,000 to support public engagement projects in the US and beyond. Next Deadline: February 15, 2023
Questions for Award Winners in 2010
As a one-off project in 2011, the year in which the citations for award winners were curtailed for delivery at the annual meeting, the then President, Kathleen Coleman, conducted interviews with the 2010 prize-winners, to give them more prominence than the new format at the annual meeting allowed. The interviews are archived here for their intrinsic value. This site is not part of a series, but simply a unique exercise showcasing the dedication and talent of members of the Classics profession at a specific moment in its history, and memorializing their example.