Honors College Scholarships!

Scholarships Available for Honors and Other Undergraduate Students

 

Honors Alumni Legacy Grants: Thesis Support

Application Deadline: Rolling
Typically range from $300 to $1000. Students can get funds to support travel, payments to human subjects, equipment, supplies that are needed in their Honors thesis research. Applications are considered on a rolling basis.  For application information, visit http://www.honors.arizona.edu/students/honors-alumni-legacy-grants.

 

Honors Alumni Legacy Grants: Conference Travel

Application Deadline: Rolling
Typically range from $300 to $800. Students who are presenting research at conferences can get funds to support conference registration, travel, and hotels. Applications are considered on a rolling basis. For application information, visit http://www.honors.arizona.edu/students/honors-alumni-legacy-grants.

 

Honors Alumni Legacy Grants: Professional Development

Application Deadline: Rolling

Students may request up to $400 to support professional development opportunities such as summer language institutes, test preparation courses, standardized test fees, application fees, travel to job/school interviews, professional clothing, travel to conferences at which they are not presenting, professional organization fees, and certification exam fees. For application information, visit http://www.honors.arizona.edu/students/honors-alumni-legacy-grants.

 

Honors College Study Abroad Scholarship

Application Deadline: March 1 for Summer 2014, Fall 2014, and/or Academic Year 2014-15
Up to $1500.  The amount is greater for year-long programs than for programs lasting a summer or semester. Preference is given to students going on Honors study abroad programs. Applications can be downloaded from http://www.honors.arizona.edu under “Announcements.” For more information, contact Rachael Ronald (rronald@email.arizona.edu) or visit http://www.honors.arizona.edu/students/scholarships.

 

Policies Regarding Honors College Funding

1.     There is a $1500 cap on internship/study abroad/research grant funding per academic year (e.g., August 2013-August 2014).

        2.     There is a $1000 cap on travel grant/thesis funding per academic year.