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Other Funding Sources
If you are not a full scholarship athlete or are not receiving a schoalrship at all, there are still a number of other ways to find funding to help pay for your experience abroad! Please see below for a few links to get you started and visit your CGIS Advisor for more information.
- LSA Study Abroad Scholarship
- Scholarships from CGIS Partners
- DiversityAbroad Scholarship
- Scholarships from LSA Departments.
- Ross Global Experience Award
- Gilman Scholarship
- Fund for Education Abroad
The Office of Financial Aid also has several study abroad scholarships which they automatically consider students for - read more here.
In the News
Hurst Expands Worldview via Study Abroad (DetroitNews.com)
NEW NCAA "Clock-Stop" rule. Effective August 1, 2017, any time spent on an internship or study abroad program will be considered exempt from counting against a student-athlete's five years of eligibility.
Tips on Study Abroad from a former D1 athlete. A 60 second video by ISA (International Studies Abroad)
Summer for Success - NCAA page for Student-Athletes interested in studying abroad
Fund for Education Abroad—FEA’s Scholarship program is available to any student pursuing a study abroad opportunity. Preference is given to students from under-represented groups in education abroad -- like student-athletes!
How to Study Abroad as a College Athlete -- Advice, tips, and inspiration.