Wisconsin's Public Liberal Arts College

Underrepresented Students


Study Away Program

University of Wisconsin-Superior

Old Main 337
Belknap and Catlin
Superior, WI 54880
USA

ph. 715-394-8138

fax. 715-394-8363

hours:
Walk-in hours are 9 AM to 3 PM M-F.

Study Away

Underrepresented Students

Other than governmental and institutional aid, private organizations, foundations, corporations, and civic groups are additional sources of aid for study abroad. For example, the Coca-Cola Foundation, Amoco, Chrysler Corporation, etc., have given funds for overseas study.  Some private and public organizations will give overseas study funding for students in a particular major or area of study. Ethnic and service organizations such as the League of United Latin American Citizens, Alliance Francaise, Dante Alighieri, Goethe groups, etc., are other sources of funding for overseas study and research.

Scholarships for African Americans

Scholarships for Asian Americans

Scholarships for Latino/Latina Americans

Scholarships for American Indians

Books Regarding Scholarships for Minorities

  • Beckham, Barry, ed. The Black Student's Guide to Scholarships. Maryland: Madison, 1999.

  • Student Services, L.L.C. Minority and Women's Complete Scholarship Book. Illinois: 1998.


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