Syracuse Abroad is committed to making study abroad a reality for students seeking academic opportunities beyond their home campus. There are a variety of grants and incentives for undergraduate SU students participating in Syracuse Abroad programs. SU students should connect with the Office of Financial Aid and Scholarship Programs for more information.
Grants are awarded for a student’s first abroad experience based on need, which is determined by the CSS/Financial Aid PROFILE. Please note that it is the policy of the Office of Financial Aid to provide abroad-specific aid for one semester. Only undergraduate students are eligible.
Friends of the University have made generous contributions which enable us to award scholarships for specific study abroad experiences for SU undergraduate students. Full list available here.
Fall-Only Supplemental Aid
Up to 10% supplemental aid, based on previous semester’s aid, for undergraduate students who study abroad in the fall semester. (Not available for continuing students).
Plane Ticket Loan Program
The Syracuse Abroad Plane Ticket Loan Program allows undergraduate students who are fully funded with need based financial aid to apply their financial aid funds toward the purchase of their plane ticket abroad. More information available here.
Himan Brown Fellowship
The School of Education has received over $1 million in support from the Himan Brown Trust to provide scholarships for students interested in going abroad through the Himan Brown Fellowship. This scholarship is exclusively for School of Education students. For more information, contact your study abroad counselor or Corinne Smith from the School of Education at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Syracuse Abroad is excited to announce that a limited number of $1,000 grants are available for eligible early applicants who commit to a Spring 2020 Short-term program. Awards will be based on timely completion and submission of an application, as well as level of need as determined by the Office of Financial aid.
Summer Global Learning Merit Scholarships
Syracuse University undergraduate students with high academic achievement have an opportunity to apply for a limited number of $1,000 merit-based scholarships for Summer 2020 programs. These competitive scholarships will be awarded based on academic records as well as a personal essay or a creative personal statement video. You can apply for this scholarship when you submit your application for a summer program. Application deadline for Summer 2020 is January 30, 2020.
Summer Global Learning Grants
Summer Global Learning Grants will be allocated to Syracuse University undergraduate students in medium, high and high plus need categories applying to summer programs at Syracuse Abroad centers in Florence, London, Madrid and Strasbourg. Undergraduates with the highest need applying to study in one of these locations this summer could receive up to $9,000 in grants.
Financial Aid 101
- Student aid is based on the total cost of the program you are attending (including tuition, program fee, airfare, and additional personal expenses)
- Students keep institutional aid when studying on a Syracuse Abroad program (center or World Partners)
- Undergraduate students may be eligible for a need-based grant based on the completed FAFSA and CSS Profile
- Students may need to combine need-based grants with loans and other federal aid to cover the total cost of the abroad program
- Contact the Office of Financial Aid and Scholarship Programs at (315) 443-1513 or via email .
Financial Aid Scholarship Listserv
Looking for scholarship opportunities to support your abroad experience? Join the Office of Financial Aid and Scholarship Programs’ listserv and receive information about external scholarship opportunities. Sign up by visiting the scholarship listserv website and following the instructions on the page. You’ll start receiving emails within a few days.
International students matriculated at SU are not eligible for federally funded financial aid administered by the Syracuse University Office of Financial Aid and Scholarship programs, which includes Study Abroad Grants. For more information, please visit the Office of Financial Aid and Scholarship Programs . International undergraduate students may qualify for Named Scholarship awards.
Multiple Semester Students
For students considering a second semester abroad, please note that it is the policy of the Office of Financial Aid and Scholarship Programs to provide abroad-specific aid for one semester. If you are considering an additional semester abroad, please meet with the financial aid office to discuss your aid options before beginning your application with Syracuse Abroad.