The College of Arts and Sciences believes that engaging with the world is paramount to a well-rounded liberal arts education. With this in mind, we encourage all of our students to take advantage of the research, internship, study abroad, and service learning opportunities available from the first day of freshman year, through commencement, and beyond.
Where will you go? What will you do? And how will it change your life?
Through the generosity of donors, and funds made available by individual departments, the following scholarships are available to students who wish to pursue experiential learning:
This fund is used to support undergraduate College of Arts and Sciences students in their pursuit of summer experiential learning opportunities (such as internships, research, service-learning and domestic travel).
This fund is used to support undergraduate College of Arts and Sciences students in their pursuit of winter or spring experiential learning opportunities (such as internships, research, service-learning and domestic travel).
These scholarship funds are intended to encourage undergraduate students, who are majors in the College, to pursue an opportunity to study abroad. The scholarship is in the amount of $500 for one semester and is awarded twice per year.
Roberta and George Stevens, along with the Office of the Dean of the College of Arts and Sciences, have established this scholarship fund to encourage undergraduate students to pursue international experiential learning opportunities, especially related to study abroad.
These scholarships are awarded to undergraduate students who are studying abroad for the first time, and who demonstrate merit and a willingness to be actively engaged with the Asian Studies Program while overseas.
The History Department is pleased to offer several Milton Plesur Awards for Study Abroad, made possible by the endowment of Milton Plesur, a long-time Professor in the History Department, and one Schoellkopf Award for Study Abroad, made possible by the generosity of Frederick J. Schoellkopf in memory of his wife Toby Bloom Schoellkopf, a graduate of UB’s History Department.
With the help of its alumni donors, IDP has established a Study Abroad Award to encourage undergraduate students who are in one of the six IDP majors (Health and Human Services; Legal Studies; Environmental Studies; International Studies; Urban and Public Policy Studies; and Cognitive Science) to pursue an opportunity to study abroad.
UB scholarships include those administered by the Office of International Education and by various UB departments.
UB’s Center for Undergraduate Research & Creative Activities, through the support of the Office of the Vice Provost for Undergraduate Education, is pleased to offer undergraduate students the opportunity to apply for Undergraduate Research Awards.
Don't forget to contact your academic department to inquire about additional funding opportunities.