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Augsburg CGEE programs strive to create an intentionally diverse community of co-learners in which a variety of cultures and backgrounds is represented. Toward this end, we offer scholarships for students who belong to historically disadvantaged groups, and additional scholarships for those that share in our mission of social justice advocacy.
The following are brief descriptions of the eligibility for students attending Augsburg CGEE’s own programs. You can click on each to read more about the scholarship and to apply.
CGEE’s Inclusion & Access Scholarship
For individual students participating on an international CGEE semester or summer program (to Mexico, Central America, or Southern Africa).
CGEE’s Inclusion and Access Scholarships will be awarded to students with financial need who identify from a group of persons that is traditionally underrepresented in study abroad, including:
- Persons of Color
- First Generation Students
- LGBTQIA+ individuals
- Persons with a disability
- Persons with financial need
If you identify in any of the above categories, are a supporter of social change, or a combination of those, you can apply for the scholarship online. There is one application; multiple scholarships will be awarded each semester and summer session! All students are welcomed and encouraged to apply!
For questions about this scholarship, please contact Margaret Anderson at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Application and more information for the Inclusion and Access Scholarships.
Mary Witt Group Scholarship
For groups traveling on a customized short-term CGEE program.
Scholarships for your group are available, and must be completed by the trip leader OR an administrator at the organization for the full group. To simplify our scholarship process, we have created one application for all CGEE customized groups! Please submit an application to the group scholarship if you match any one of the following criteria:
- Anticipate a large group of underrepresented students on your program (students of color, lgbtq+, first generation students, etc.)
- Programming is focused on social justice in some form
- Anticipate a large number of high financial need students
Application and more information for the Mary Witt Group Scholarship.
Augsburg Endowed Scholarships for Short-term Programs
For individual Auggies traveling on a short-term study abroad/away program through Augsburg University.
Due to the social justice focus from the donor of the scholarship funds, these scholarships apply only to specific programs. In the 2019-2020 school year, Augsburg students participating in the following programs are eligible to apply for Endowed Scholarships:
- Human Rights Voices in Post-Conflict Guatemala (spring 2020)
- Palestinian Art of Resistance (spring 2020)
Application and more information for the Augsburg Endowed Scholarships for Short-term Programs.
>> View the Searchable Scholarship Guide <<
We recommend using the “filter view” to best search the scholarships for which you may be eligible. Click the funnel icon to the right of the printer icon on the guide in Google Sheets to filter.
|Name of Scholarship/Search Engine||Information|
|Benjamin A. Gilman International Scholarship Program||Established by the International Academic Opportunity Act of 2000. This scholarship provides awards for U.S. undergraduate students who are receiving federal Pell Grant funding at a 2-year or 4-year college or university to participate in study abroad programs worldwide.|
|David L. Boren Undergraduate Scholarship||The U.S. government administers the National Security Education Program (NSEP) scholarships for undergraduates who will specifically pursue the study of languages and cultures currently under-represented in study abroad, especially those critical to the U.S. national security.|
|The Fund for Education Abroad (FEA)||Offers scholarships to students who are U.S. citizens, permanent residents, or DACA applying for a program that is at least four weeks (30 days) in country/countries. Preference given to students who are traditionally underrepresented in study abroad, including: minority students, first-generation college students, students with disabilities, student athletes, military veterans and non-traditional age students.|
|Vincent L Hawkins Foundation for Peace and Justice||The goal of the Vincent L. Hawkinson Foundation Scholarship is to encourage students who have already demonstrated a commitment to peace and justice to strive for peace and justice both in their educational pursuits and in their personal and professional lives. Hawkinson Scholarships are awarded annually to undergraduate or graduate students who are a resident of or currently attending school in Iowa, Minnesota, South Dakota, North Dakota or Wisconsin.|
|Diversity Abroad (Scholarship Search)||Diversity Abroad was founded to ensure that all students are aware and have equal access to study and travel abroad opportunities. The mission of Diversity Abroad is to increase minority students’ participation in study and travel abroad programs.|