Scholarship and Financial Aid Information
Study Abroad Scholarships
The following scholarships are only available to Southeastern students:
Some academic departments offer scholarships to students enrolling in their Study Abroad programs. Contact the department heading the Study Abroad program you are participating in or the faculty program coordinator for information on department-specific Study Abroad scholarships.
Additional scholarship sources may be listed here as they become available.
If you have already filed your Federal Financial Aid Application (FAFSA), you should contact the Financial Aid Office immediately to reconfigure your financial aid for Study Abroad. When you meet with your Financial Aid counselor, bring a copy of your completed Study Abroad Application with you.
If you have not filed your Federal Financial Aid Application (FAFSA), you should immediately file an application online at www.fafsa.ed.gov. Contact the Financial Aid Office three weeks after you file your application. Bring a copy of your completed Study Abroad Application with you.