Money is an important part of any Study Abroad decisions!
Wondering what aid sources, you may have to help with your study abroad program? Fill out the Study Abroad Financial Aid Inquiry Form and submit it to the Education Abroad Office in Carter Hall 203. We will send it on to financial aid, so they can give you an idea of what funds you currently have available to use toward study abroad, based on this year’s FASFA.
However, remember that once you are accepted to a Study Abroad program, you will need to submit a Study Abroad Budget Sheet, and your budget and aid eligibility may change. Your financial aid budget for the semester may need to be adjusted, allowing you to obtain the higher amount needed for the study abroad experience.
Full Semester Study Abroad students must complete a FAFSA (Free Application for Federal Student Aid) as early as possible each year. The FASFA must be completed no later than April 31st for students planning to study abroad in the Fall semester. While the FASFA is not required for Scholarship eligibility, it could aid in identifying other sources of financial support for Study Abroad students.
Fundraising will help to make your trip more affordable and serves as a way to educate the public.
Once accepted to a Study Abroad program, there are several study abroad scholarships for which you can apply! Check your study abroad provider’s website for any scholarships offered to program participants. Several scholarships you already receive here at Campbellsville University may also be applicable to Study Abroad.
Regional and National Scholarships
Students are also encouraged to speak with their departments for additional scholarships.