Office of Study Abroad Scholarship
Participants of UCA sponsored Study Abroad programs may apply for an Office of Study Abroad Scholarship.
The scholarship application will open October 3, 2016 and close November 30, 2016. Applicants will be notified about the scholarship before staff leaves for winter break. Pending full enrollment of a UCA sponsored study abroad program, funding will be released to approved applicants in fall, spring or summer academic terms.
A letter of recommendation must be submitted from a professor to support each student’s scholarship application. Letters of recommendation may be submitted to the Office of Study Abroad by the professor to Torreyson Library 109 or via email to StudyAbroad@uca.edu or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Participants of Faculty-Led are eligible for up to $1,500.
Participants of Semester Exchange programs are eligible for up to $2,000.
- Participants of Language Immersion programs are eligible for up to $1,000.
Students who are approved for a scholarship must apply for the study abroad program and submit all payments by the publicized deadlines. Scholarships will not be released prior to payment due dates.
Note: Office of Study Abroad Scholarships can only be applied to fall, spring or summer UCA sponsored programs such as: a UCA Faculty-Led Program, a Semester Exchange at a partner university, or a language immersion program. Independent programs arranged by a third party provider or students who design their own program are not eligible for this scholarship.
Additional Scholarship Information
The Nicole Wable Hatfield Scholarship
The Nicole Wable Hatfield Scholarship is open to Summer Short Term Study Abroad and Fall and Spring Semester Study Abroad. Please read application for eligibility requirements and deadlines.
Robert and Carol Adcock Scholarship
Deadline Feb. 25, 2016
The Robert and Carol Adcock Scholarship is open to Summer Short Term Study Abroad and Fall and Spring Semester Study Abroad. Applicants must have a major or a minor in a foreign language. Please read application for additional eligibility requirements and deadlines.
See EDGE Funding Guidelines for Deadlines
Students majoring in the College of Liberal Arts can apply for funding to support an EDGE activity including study abroad opportunities. The EDGE committee meets monthly during the school year to consider applications for funding.
- The maximum allowed for any individual application is $500.
- The maximum allowed for a group application from a faculty member is $1000.
Economic of Arts Scholarship
Study Abroad with UCA in Florence and earn credits in the Business Department.
Student Undergraduate Research Fellowship
Deadline late October
SURF provides undergraduates an opportunity to develop a sustained relationship with a faculty member (over the course of one, two, or three semesters) to carry out in-depth research, scholarship, or creative projects. The amount of money available for travel and supplies for students is based on the number of semesters the project will require as follows:
- Summer = $1250 plus $750 for travel to present outcomes at a conference
- Spring & Summer = $2,500 plus $750 for travel to present outcomes at a conference
- Spring & Fall = $2,500 plus $750 for travel to present outcomes at a conference
- Spring, Summer, and Fall = $2,500 plus $750 for travel to present outcomes at a conference
For information on public scholarships you may be eligible for such as Fulbright, Gilman, Boren and many more, click below. Because these funding options are not sponsored by UCA, contact information is provided.
Benjamin A Gilman International Scholarships
Boren Awards for International Study
Critical Language Scholarship Program
IMPORTANT NOTE ABOUT ALL SCHOLARSHIPS
The UCA Office of Study Abroad does not determine student federal aid or scholarship disbursements.
All students anticipating scholarships or federal student aid should meet with a Financial Aid Counselor to discuss eligibility financial aid guidelines.
Payment deadlines for UCA programs are independent of any funding release dates. Participants are responsible for making payments by the publicized deadlines regardless of anticipated funding.