Campaign Goal: $10.5 million
$13 M

Study Abroad

Inspire an international experience.

Mitch Bliss in Spain

Students who study abroad benefit from a unique, life-changing experience. By immersing themselves in another culture, students not only increase their foreign language and leadership skills, but gain a deeper understanding about themselves and the world around them. Literally a world of opportunities opens up as they gain confidence to step into an ever competitive job market as a global citizen.

Support Study Abroad Scholarships in the College of Letters, Arts and Social Sciences:  

College of Letters, Arts and Social Sciences Study Abroad Scholarship Fund
All full-time students within the College of Letters, Arts and Social Sciences with a good academic standing, are eligible to apply for these scholarship study abroad funds. 
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John. L. and Carol A. Wallace Study Abroad Scholarship Endowment
The purpose of this endowment is to provide scholarships to undergraduate students participating in the study abroad program in the Department of Modern Languages and Cultures.
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Willis E. Sullivan III Study Abroad Scholarship
This scholarship is awarded annually to one or more full-time upper division students in the College of Letters, Arts and Social Sciences, who plan to study abroad.  First preference goes to students majoring in foreign languages.
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Ware Family Study Abroad Scholarship
This scholarship is available to full-time undergraduate students in good academic standing. Preference goes to students from Lewiston, Idaho or members of the Delta Tau Delta Fraternity, whenever possible.
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Learn about the study abroad experiences of Raquel Amador and Jed Smith.

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