Study Abroad Scholarships
Study abroad experiences have been shown to increase job prospects, foster global awareness and improve communication skills for students.
Currently, approximately 10% of all students in the College of Letters, Arts and Social Studies study abroad during their college career. There are international opportunities for every field. Students can study another language in its home country, compare the American criminal justice system with that of another country, study multimedia storytelling in Europe and much more.
One of the top reasons students don’t pursue a study abroad experience is the perceived cost of attendance. CLASS is committed to helping our students who want to travel abroad the opportunity to do so affordably through study abroad scholarships.
Help us give the world to CLASS students by donating to the CLASS Study Abroad Scholarship Fund.