Other Funding Sources

If you are not a full scholarship athlete or are not receiving a schoalrship at all, there are still a number of other ways to find funding to help pay for your experience abroad! Please see below for a few links to get you started and visit your CGIS Advisor for more information.

The Office of Financial Aid also has several study abroad scholarships which they automatically consider students for - read more here.

In the News

Hurst Expands Worldview via Study Abroad (DetroitNews.com)

Student-Athletes Embrace Experiences and Unexpected Outcomes (NCAA.com)

Other Resources

NEW NCAA "Clock-Stop" rule. Effective August 1, 2017, any time spent on an internship or study abroad program will be considered exempt from counting against a student-athlete's five years of eligibility.

Tips on Study Abroad from a former D1 athlete. A 60 second video by ISA (International Studies Abroad)

Summer for Success - NCAA page for Student-Athletes interested in studying abroad

Fund for Education Abroad—FEA’s Scholarship program is available to any student pursuing a study abroad opportunity. Preference is given to students from under-represented groups in education abroad -- like student-athletes!

How to Study Abroad as a College Athlete -- Advice, tips, and inspiration.