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Scholarships

Through the generosity of several donors, as well as revenues from our ¡Muévanse!: Professional Development for Teachers of Spanish event, we are delighted to be able to offer a variety of scholarships to our students. This page will be updated with a submission date, and the call for applications will be announced in all of our classes, on this website as well as other venues.

Scholarship applications are collected around February/March of the Spring semester for the following academic year. All applications are carefully reviewed by the departmental Executive Committee, and scholarships are awarded by the end of the Spring semester. Incomplete and late applications will not be considered.

If you have any questions about scholarships in the Department of Spanish, please contact our main office.

Thank you to everyone that submitted applications for our Fall 2021-Spring 2022 departmental scholarships.

All scholarships have been confirmed and we wish to congratulate the award recipients!

Continue to check our website for new scholarship opportunities beginning Fall 2021!

Application Forms

Outside Scholarships

  • Spanish Scholarship- Cordoba, Argentina- provides partial scholarships for students wishing to take a Spanish course at ABEL Spanish School in Cordoba, Argentina.
  • Center for Cross-Cultural Studies - provides up to $1500 for students studying in a Spanish Studies Abroad program in Spain, Argentina, Puerto Rico or Cuba.
  • LIVFund Scholarship - provides $500 for students wishing to study, volunteer or intern in Latin America.
  • North American Culture and Language Assistants in Spain - provides up to €1000 per month for 8 months (October-May) for students wishing to teach English in Spain. Applicants must hold a bachelor's degree at the time appointment starts. Applicants must be a US or Canadian citizen whose first language is English or French.

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