Come to one of our information sessions to learn about our scholarships, the application process, and how to make your application as strong as possible.
The money matters sections of our handbook can be a useful tool as you prepare to Learn Abroad. It covers financial planning, tuition and program costs, billing timelines, tax preparation, and more.
Applying for scholarships can be competitive so make sure your applications are as strong as they can be! Meet with the tutors in the Marriott Library to review and strengthen your scholarship applications.
Meeting with your Financial Aid and Scholarships Counselors is an important step in planning for your Learning Abroad program. A great resources to discuss the transferability and usage of financial aid for Learning Abroad Programs. Financial Aid counselors can guide you through the process of applying your current scholarships or federal financial aid to your Learning Abroad Program. Here at the U, you can call, email or simply drop by the window in the Student Services Building to schedule an appointment.
The center provides education, guidance, and counseling in all matters of personal finance. They offer personal counseling appointments as well as workshops.
Search Engines and Peer Funding
GoAbroad provides a scholarship search database specifically for students planning on participating on an education abroad program. You can find details about these scholarships online.
Go Overseas offers students up to $10,000 for a Learning Abroad program of at least one semester. You can find details about the scholarship online.
IIE Passport provides a scholarship search database specifically for students planning on participating on an education abroad program. You can find details about these scholarships on-line.
Peer funding websites can be a good way to raise money for your program. Although Learning Abroad does not endorse any specific peer funding organizations, several of our students have used the following websites.