Off-Campus Study Scholarships & Travel Grants
The following is a list of scholarships that the Hubbard Center staff is aware of for off-campus study. Many study abroad programs also provide financial assistance. Visit their websites for more information on scholarships and resources.
Morehead Givens Scholarship: Available to students studying Art History in Western Europe. Students must submit an application when applying to study off-campus.
Travel Grant: Available to students with demonstrated financial need to help with travel costs.
Students are automatically considered for the Travel Grant when submitting applications for off-campus study.
Benjamin A. Gilman International Scholarships Program: Pell Grant recipients are eligible for this award.
National Italian-American Foundation: Italian-American students or those studying Italian language or Italian culture in Italy can apply for this scholarship.
David L. Boren Scholarship: This is for an 8-week summer program for science, technology, engineering, and math.
Study Abroad Funding: The site features hundreds of funding sources, including scholarships, grants and internships for U.S. students and professionals.
Critical Language Scholarship: The award is available for students going to an international location to study one of the following languages: Arabic, Chinese, Hindi, Indonesian, Japanese, Korean, Persian, Russian, Turkish, and Urdu. This is typically a summer program; applicants have to be willing to travel to where CLS sends them.
Fund for Education Abroad: Includes general scholarships, the Hilary Echo Douglas Memorial Scholarship and the Rainbow Scholarship for LGBT students studying abroad.
Turkish Coalition of America: Scholarships for minority students to study in Turkey.
Bridging Scholarship from the Association of Teachers of Japanese: Scholarships to study in Japan.
DAAD: Support for students to study abroad in Germany and Austria.
Go Euro European Study Abroad Scholarship: Competitive scholarship to help students fund their studies in Europe.
CIEE Robert B. Bailey Scholarship: This scholarship is designed to promote participation among underrepresented groups, particularly ethnic minorities.
IES Scholarship for Underrepresented Students: The award is open to traditionally underrepresented groups, including those of diverse race, sexual orientation, gender, religion, and disability.
IES David Porter Diversity Scholarship: The scholarship is open to students of diverse backgrounds; it is worth up to $5,000.
IFSA-Butler First Generation Scholarship: This award is designed to offer financial support for first-generation college students to fund study abroad.
API First Generation/Diversity Scholarship: These are need and merit-based scholarships that are open to first generation college students and minority groups.
Diversity Abroad: This is a resource database for scholarships & articles on what it means to be diverse abroad.