Hubbard Center Funding
Funding for off-campus experiences and career development.
For all off-campus study funding, scholarships are awarded automatically based on financial aid information and scholarship criteria.
Bohmer Family Fund for International Study: $500
Provides support for study abroad expenses for a student with demonstrated financial need. Eligibility: Open to Juniors and Seniors only.
Chris Chute Memorial Scholarship for Study Abroad: AMOUNT VARIES
Provides support for study abroad expenses for students with demonstrated financial needs, who wish to participate in a full semester program.
France Summer Language Immersion Scholarship: amount varies
Eligibility: Students who are majoring or minoring in the language, as well as students with demonstrated financial need.
Global Access Initiate Challenge Scholarship: $2,000
Eligibility: Students-of-color who would otherwise not study abroad if they commit to a short-term faculty-led program and they commit to a full semester study abroad
GRANITO FUND: Amount Varies
Provide supplemental travel and logistical stipends. Eligibility: Students participating in programs in Latin America and the Border Studies Program.
lemon family SCHOLARSHIP: Up To $2,000
Provides support for students with financial need to participate in a semester-long or Winter Term experience to study the arts abroad. Eligibility: Preference will be given to creative or performing arts majors.
Morehead Givens Western Art History Scholarship: up to $2,000
Eligibility: Students studying in Western Europe and enrolling in a Western Art History course while off-campus for a semester. Art Studio and Art History majors are not eligible for this scholarship.
Sweet Fund for International Study: up to $1,500
Provides assistance for a student with demonstrated financial need to study abroad. Eligibility: Open to Juniors and Seniors only. Preference will be given to students traveling to Germany
Vaky Fund in Inter-American Relations: Amount Varies
Provide support for students to participate in off-campus experiences related to Inter-American Relations. Eligibility: Seniors will not be funded for activities after they graduate.
Ypma Scholarship: up to $500
Provides support for a student in good standing with financial need which would otherwise prevent him or her from participating in study abroad. Eligibility: Preference is given to students planning to study abroad for one semester or longer, students with a stated desire to study in an Asian country and/or students of color.
For more questions about scholarships and grants, contact firstname.lastname@example.org.