Study Abroad Scholarships
The College of Social Sciences will offer a number of student scholarships this academic year ranging from $250-$1500 for participation in a formal study abroad program for academic credit. All students in good academic standing with a major or minor in one of the departments or programs of the College of Social Sciences are eligible to apply.
Scholarship applications can be submitted in this round for programs with departure dates from Dec. 2017 – Dec. 2018. Completed applications are due to the College of Social Sciences Dean’s Office (SS108) no later than 4:30 p.m. on October 30, 2017.
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Trip to Cuba May 2017
Cuba’s criminal justice system, history and culture were among the topics 18 Criminology students learned about first hand during the study abroad program in May 2017 in Cuba.
"Interacting with some of the Cuban locals, having a meeting about their judicial system, and walking around and exploring the culture heavy communist country is what I enjoyed most on my trip," said Erika Ramos, Criminology student.
Trip to Nepal May 2017
The trip to Nepal was designed to give students the opportunity to study the unique environmental conditions of the Himalayas and the impact of climate change on mountains and common life in the area.
“This course was a unique and wonderful experience having taken place within the beautiful and challenging country of Nepal,” said Harold Gallagher, Geography and City and Regional Planning student.