Freshman Global Studies Experience GrantsThis year, the Office of Global Studies is offering two Freshman Global Studies Experience Grant opportunities.
May 17-28, 2013
The Office of Global Studies will award four grants in the amount of $2,500 each to full-time freshmen who are interested in participating in the Freshman Global Studies Experience program to Greece. Freshmen who are enrolled in Origins of Self and Society in Ancient Greece and Rome (HIS/PHI/CLA 157) during the Spring 2013 semester are eligible to apply. Click here for the application.
May 17-23, 2013
The Office of Global Studies will also award four grants in the amount of $500 each to full-time freshmen who are interested in participating in the Freshman Global Studies Experience program to Washington, D.C. Freshmen who are enrolled in Religion in American Life (HIS/RS 112) during the spring 2013 semester are eligible to apply. Click here for the application.
Applications are due by November 26, 2012.
Contributing to the Global Studies Scholarship Fund
The Office of Global Studies is working to establish a Study Abroad Scholarship Fund. This scholarship, once endowed, will provide important funds for expenses relating to study abroad for a semester or longer. Full-time students at St. Joseph’s College who have a GPA of at least 3.0 and demonstrate financial need will be eligible to apply.
The mission of the Office of Global Studies is to provide opportunities for all SJC students to have a global learning experience. Global studies programs seek to extend the exposure of SJC students beyond the diverse ideas presented in the classroom to the global environment of ideas, cultures and ways of life. For most of its history, the Office of Global Studies, working in conjunction with faculty, focused on the development of short–term programs in order to satisfy increasing student demand for such programs and to cultivate the culture and mindset of study abroad within the student body. Since the summer of 2005, more than 800 SJC students have studied abroad, mostly on short-term programs.
In recent years, however, more students have inquired about long-term study abroad opportunities. The office has undertaken two new initiatives to encourage and support study abroad for a semester or longer: establishing partnerships with institutions throughout the world and providing financial assistance in the form of the Study Abroad Scholarship Fund.
To endow this scholarship fund, we need the help of the SJC community. If you should have any questions about contributing to the Study Abroad Scholarship Fund, please contact Kimberly Tuthill in the Office of Institutional Advancement at email@example.com. If you would like to donate now, click here.