Other Search Tools

External resources and databases to help you search for the funding you need.

Asian American & Pacific Islander Catalog: Of internships, scholarships and fellowships compiled by the Asian American Studies Program and the University of Maryland.

Beeler, Riley and Collins Grants and Fellowships: For student projects abroad. applications due Friday 3rd week spring. To apply click here.

Campbell Award: For high-need students working on particularly interesting ICRPs who would like to remain in their study abroad site to continue to work longer on their ICRP.

E4FC List—Undergraduate [pdf]: Educators for Fair Consideration list of scholarships that don't require proof of U.S. citizenship or legal permanent residency.

EFFC List—Graduate [pdf]: List of scholarships and fellowships for graduate school that don't require proof of U.S. citizenship or legal permanent residency.

International students [pdf]:  NAFA list of scholarships and fellowships open to international students.

International study: Searchable database of grants, scholarships and fellowships for international study.

IIE Directory of Study Abroad Funding: Institute of International Education's searchable database of funding for international internships, scholarships, grants and fellowships. USFlag

Kopecky Award: For high-need students (as noted by the Financial Aid Office) who wish to apply for funding to subsidize travel while on study abroad.

MSU Libraries Grants Database: A comprehensive database of grants, scholarships and fellowships for individuals searchable by a variety of criteria.

NAFA: National Association of Fellowships Advisors list of nationally prestigious scholarships and fellowships.

NAFSA Resources: Association of International Educators resource for international students.

Todd Memorial Classics Study Abroad Grant: This grant (typically $1000) provides partial support for students to participate in summer archeological field schools, digs, programs in Classical languages, and other such summer activities.

The K Funding Matrix [pdf]: A table of funding offered by various campus constituencies to support a variety of student activities. Maintained by the ACSJL.

The Benjamin Gilman International Scholarship: Grants up to $5,000 to Pell Grant recipients. Students interested in the Gilman should think about applying in Fall quarter.