Students not only received funding for their on-campus LSA classes, but also received support for their off-campus LSA classes, such as the Biological Station, New England Literature Program, Camp Davis, and Semester in Detroit.
Through their different programs, students either connected on-campus course content with off-campus field experience, engaged in project-based service learning, and/or completed some of their required credits toward graduation.
The LSA Scholarship Office strives to provide funding for an array of learning opportunities for LSA undergraduate students with financial need as determined by the Office of Financial Aid. Here, you will find information on scholarships for student applying to the College of LSA (including transfer students) as well as currently enrolled students in LSA. Please check out our different LSA Scholarship Programs for more information about each opportunity and how to apply.
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