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Honors College Scholarships for Study Abroad (Summer/Fall 2022)

The Honors College offers scholarships to support students studying abroad in amounts ranging from $500 to $2,500.  The deadline for this scholarship is Friday, April 1st and applies to students going abroad during the Summer 2022 and Fall 2022 semesters only.

To be eligible to apply for the scholarship, students must:

  • have applied to a Summer 2022 or Fall 20222 study abroad program endorsed by the UIC Campus (applications due March 11th)
  • be a member of the Honors College in good standing
  • have a cumulative UIC grade point average of 3.40 upon application for the scholarships (does not apply to first-year students)

To apply, please complete your general application in SnAP as well as the supplemental questions for this specific scholarship. The application is available through UIC SnAP at

To view study abroad opportunities, please visit

If you have any questions about this opportunity, please contact Fermín Valle at

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The Office of Scholarships assists current UIC undergraduate and professional students in searching and applying for campus scholarship opportunities. This office can also assist with external opportunities for undergraduate and professional tuition and housing scholarships, but nationally competitive scholarships and fellowships are managed by the Office of External Fellowships.

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A wide range of scholarship opportunities are available to Honors College students, including external scholarships and fellowships. The Office of External Fellowships assists current UIC undergraduate and professional school students in searching and applying for nationally competitive scholarships, fellowships and external scholarship awards.

Deadlines for the awards run throughout the academic year. Preparing a competitive application requires students to begin well in advance of the deadline. In particular, the Rhodes, Marshall, Mitchell, Fulbright and Gates Cambridge have early fall deadlines and preparation to apply should begin the previous spring. While the financial assistance offered by these scholarships is the most obvious reward, the process of applying also offers great benefits such as helping candidates develop as thinkers, writers and speakers in ways that are advantageous to their professional and personal development and building strong ties with faculty and staff who support your application.

Please note that UIC’s campus deadlines are earlier — often months earlier — than the foundations’ deadlines, so interested applicants should prepare well in advance.