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Scholarship Opportunities

The University of Minnesota, Morris offers several study abroad scholarships each term. Full-time University of Minnesota, Morris students who are participating in University of Minnesota, Morris programs are eligible to apply.

2017 UMN Study Abroad Scholarship

Deadlines

  • Nov. 4, 2016: Winter break, spring semester, and spring break programs
  • Feb. 10, 2017: May term and summer session programs
  • April 7, 2017: Fall 2016 and academic year 2016-2017 programs
  • $750

Eligibility: Applicants must be:

  • full-time
  • undergraduate students
  • enrolled in the University of Minnesota Morris (UMM) and who have completed at least one academic year at Morris
  • who demonstrate academic merit further defined as a minimum GPA of 2.5 and
  • are participating in a UMM approved study abroad program and have provided a compelling and knowledgeable case for why they are choosing their designated program and the outcome they wish to receive from the program.

Morris Study Abroad Scholarship

Deadline

  • November 4, 2016
  • Year-long, semester, or short-term programs
  • $1500.00

Eligibility: Applications must be:

  • full-time
  • undergraduate students
  • enrolled in the University of Minnesota Morris (UMM) and who have completed at least one academic year at Morris
  • who demonstrate financial need in that they may not otherwise be able to afford the program
  • who demonstrate academic merit further defined as a minimum GPA of 3.0 and
  • are participating in a UMM approved study abroad program and have provided a compelling and knowledgeable case for why they are choosing their designated program and the outcome they wish to receive from the program.

David and Jean Johnson International Services-Learning Scholarship

Deadline

  • November 4, 2016
  • Service-Learning. Year-long, semester, or short-term programs
  • $2500.00

To assist financially deserving UMM students to participate in service learning projects in other nations, e.g., the teaching of English As A Second Language in developing nations, Habitat for Humanity programs. The experiences of students who receive these grants will be disseminated in a systematic way to the UMM community. Therefore, awardees are expected to re-enroll at UMM after their overseas work. Preference will go to students who will return to UMM subsequent to their work abroad. Those students, with the supervision of the senior academic officer, will be provided a means to report on their work abroad, e.g., by being guest speakers in classes and organizations.

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