The Residential College provides funding for RC students or LSA students with a declared RC major for study abroad, internships, research projects, and Semester in Detroit. Depending on the request, students may apply for funding from the Donald and June Brown Fund*, Amy Rose Silverman Individual Project Abroad Scholarship, the William S. Blackford Scholarship, and the Honeli Fund.
*Please note: only students who demonstrate financial need are eligible to receive funding from the Donald and June Brown Fund and the Blackford Fund. Need is demonstrated with a current year FAFSA. If you did not complete a FAFSA for the current academic year, and your financial situation has changed since the FAFSA deadline, AND you can demonstrate need, please complete an application and include that information. Each fund has specific requirements for eligibility, which you can read about at the link below.
The Winter 2020 application period is January 24 through March 11.
To apply, click the first link below for required pre-reading which explains the requirements for each of the funds. Then click the link below for the application.
See below for a new opportunity, the Human Trafficking or Social Justice Law Clinic Fellowship in Belo Horizonte, Minas Gerais, Brazil, that is sponsored by the LSA Center for Latin American & Caribbean Studies, the Donia Human Rights Center, the Program in International and Comparative Studies, and the Residential College. One RC student (completing RC requirements for graduation or an LSA student with an RC major) who is accepted to the Human Trafficking or Social Justice Law Clinic Fellowship and who ALSO completes the RC application for funding (above) and meets the requirements for one of the funds will receive $1,500. Application information for this program is on the PICS website.