There are a limited number of scholarships through Flagler College. Applications for these scholarships are through the Office of Financial Aid. In addition, there are numerous outside scholarship opportunities. We have listed several of them below, however, it is always a good idea to do independent research to find out if additional scholarships may be available for your location or field of study.
This scholarship was established in 2012 by family and friends as a memorial to Diane Sheeran Cassidy ’12. The second eldest of nine siblings, Diane majored in Elementary Education. Her adventurous spirit was demonstrated by the international trips she took with her father, including those to various parts of Africa. Through this scholarship, Flagler College students will be able to participate in traveling experiences, which Diane so much enjoyed throughout her lifetime.
James W. Babcock and B. Teri Ludwick-Babcock Endowed Scholarship for Study Abroad.
This scholarship was established in 2012 by James W. Babcock and B. Teri Ludwick-Babcock. To qualify, a student must have sophomore standing with the completion of at least 45 credit hours (with the exception of Flagler College Faculty Led programs which require 24 attempted credit hours); have a cumulative GPA of 3.0 or higher; and be a degree-seeking student. Further, the student must have a declared major in Coastal Environmental Science. The scholarship will be awarded on the basis of merit; however, consideration will be given to students with demonstrated financial need.
Janie Dickson Memorial Scholarship.
The Janie Dickson Memorial Scholarship supports Flagler College students who share the dedication to learning, cultural exchange, and community service that Flagler College alumna Janie Dickson (1974-2001) adeptly and enthusiastically exemplified. To qualify, students must have a minimum GPA of 3.5 and have an interest in participating in an enrichment activity, such as a conference, study abroad, or volunteer mission. To apply, students should contact the Dean of Counseling.
Unger Family Scholarship for Study Abroad.
Established in 2008 by the Unger Family, including Rachel Unger Branch ‘06, in order to recognize a student’s pursuit of excellence by broadening his or her educational and life experiences beyond borders. The Unger Family has had the opportunity to develop “the richness of life” through their personal experiences with a variety of cultures and norms during their many moves, both domestically and internationally. They believe that the world today embraces multilingual, multi-ethnic, and multi-cultural challenges, and our leaders of the future must have an appreciation and style of leadership that can thrive in the global marketplace. To qualify, a student must submit an application for a Faculty Led Study Abroad OR a direct exchange program with one of our partner institutions to the International Center and indicate on the application that they would like to apply for the Unger Scholarship. A statement of intent explaining why they would like to receive this scholarship must be attached as well as a letter of reference from a faculty member.
Sons of Henry Flagler Scholarship
Ambassador Marilyn McAfee Scholarship Program
Benjamin A. Gilman International Scholarship (Applicants must be on a Federal Pell Grant)
Boren Awards for International Study
Bridging Scholarships for Study Abroad in Japan
British Universities Transatlantic Exchange Association (BUTEX) Scholarship
Critical Language Scholarship
DAAD - Germany
Diversity Abroad Scholarships & Grants
Fund for Education Abroad
The Thomas R. Pickering Foreign Affairs Fellowship
Scholarship for study abroad funding- moneygeek.com
The National Italian American Foundation (NIAF)
Tortuga Study Abroad Scholarship
Education New Zealand
Fulbright Summer Institutes in the UK
Generation Study Abroad Scholarships for New Zealand
Go Overseas Scholarships
JASSO Scholarships for International Students in Japan
Killam Fellowships Program
MASA Grants and Scholarships to Israel