Student Resources

Study Abroad Grants

The College of Arts and Sciences announces the availability of grants to support students who will be participating in UWRF-sponsored or approved international study abroad programs.

Each grant is worth up to $500 and is meant to defray the cost of the study abroad program. While students may request up to $500, the final dollar amount will be determined by the reviewing committee based on the total cost of the program and the student’s financial need.

These grants are made possible by generous gifts of alumni and friends to the College of Arts and Sciences. The number of stipends disbursed in any given year may vary.

UWRF Study Abroad Opportunities (Office of International Education)

CAS Study Abroad Grant Eligibility

To be eligible for these awards students should meet the following criteria:

  • At least one full semester as a current, declared major in the College of Arts and Sciences (exceptions will be made for College of Education-Secondary Education major whose content area is in the College of Arts and Sciences)
  • Completion of 45 credits by the time of application
  • Participation in a UWRF sponsored study abroad program
  • Minimum GPA of 2.75

Preference will be given to:

  1. Students on study abroad programs officially sponsored by UWRF
  2. Students who have not studied abroad previously
  3. Students who have not received a previous CAS Study Abroad grant

Application Instructions

>>> In October,  current opportunities will be posted at the link below.

Complete application process described here - and found under the appropriate scholarship heading listed below:

  • CAS Spring/Spring Break Travel Grant
  • CAS Summer Travel Grant
  • CAS Fall Travel Grant
  • CAS J-Term Travel Grant

Awards will be made directly to the study abroad program in the student’s name, after the student has made a deposit to the program. (Awards may not be used as a deposit for the program.) Awards will be made for specific programs and dates; they cannot be transferred to other programs. Students should be aware that these grants will affect their financial aid formula for the semester in which the award is made.

Students on tour at Doge's Palace in Venice, Italy with history professor Kiril Petkov 

Application Timeline

Traveling SUMMER & FALL 2020

  • Application period:
    January 15 - Mar. 15, 2020

Apply here

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