International Programs and Study Abroad

Study Abroad Scholarships and Finances

Financial Aid

Check with Financial Aid Office (101 Miller) to see how you can use your financial aid to pay for a study abroad programs.  

Contact Marianne Gurule-Hardy: 247-7101 or

Recommended FAFSA submission dates:

For Fall & Winter Trimesters February 15th
For Winter only September 15th
For Summer only February 1st


Benjamin A. Gilman International Scholarship

Eligibility: U.S. citizen; currently receiving a Pell Grant; full-time student

Amount: Up to $4,000

Deadlines: Early October for spring programs/Early April for fall programs

NSEP Boren Awards

Eligibility: U.S. citizen; study abroad in outside of Western Europe, Canada, AU/NZ.

Amount: Up to $10,000 per semester

Deadlines: Early February each year

Bridging Scholarships for study in Japan

Eligibility: U.S. citizen

Amount: $2,500 per semester

Deadlines: Early April each year

Foundation for Global Scholars

Eligibility: U.S. citizen

Amount: $500 - $1500

Deadlines: See the website

Fund for Education Abroad

Eligibility: U.S. citizen

Amount: up to $10,000

Deadlines: See the website

German Academic Student Service (DAAD) – scholarships for study in Germany

Eligibility: U.S. citizen; sophomore or junior; have well studied plan for their stay in Germany

Amount: A monthly stipend of € 650

Deadlines: Late January each year


Eligibility: U.S. citizen

Amount: $500

Deadlines: July 15

 Phi Kappa Phi – Study Abroad Grants

Eligibility: Have minimum of 30 semester hours and no more than 90 semester hours; GPA of 3.5 or higher; Have at least 2 semesters left after study abroad

Amount: $1,000

Deadlines: Mid-February each year

 STA Travel Scholarships

Eligibility: U.S. citizen

Amount: $2,000 per semester

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