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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