Declared Degree Students
Funding is available for undergraduate students who have declared a degree in Judaic Studies or who have taken at least three Judaic Studies classes. These students are eligible to apply for the Stanley Frankel Summer Travel Fellowship for up to $5,000 per request.
- Stanley Frankel Summer Travel Fellowship provides support for students traveling to Israel, Europe, or Latin America. Students pursuing theses research in archives or libraries, advanced language training, archaeological excavations, scholarly workshops, or social welfare and cultural reconstruction projects in communities recovering from political oppression and economic crises.
Declared majors and minors are eligible to apply for educational opportunities related to Judaic Studies up to $2,000 per request.
Enrolled U-M Undergraduate Students
Al and Florence Schwartzberg Scholarship Fund
Undergraduate students are eligible to apply for funding of up to $5,000 per request from the Al and Florence Schwartzberg Scholarship Fund for tuition assistance, research projects, internships, study abroad, and similar activities related to Judaic Studies. Primary preference will be given to students with demonstrated financial need (those receiving loans or grant funds from the Office of Financial Aid), and secondary preference to students with demonstrated academic achievement.
Weingast Family Fund
Funding is available for all University of Michigan undergraduate students who are receiving any grant or loan funds though the office of financial aid from the Weingast Family Fund for up to $5,000 per request. Students pursuing travel or study abroad in Israel are eligible to apply. Preference will be given to students from LSA who will be studying for semester or year-long programs.
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