RECENTLY POSTED UNIVERSITY SCHOLARSHIP

& OTHER FUNDING OPPORTUNITIES

NEW! University of Virginia’s Graduate School of Arts & Sciences announced a new, fully funded, Bridge to Doctorate program. They are accepting applications to join the Fall 2021 cohort of Bridge to the Doctorate Fellows. As part of a deep commitment to diversifying our graduate programs, the professoriate and the research workforce, the Graduate School seeks to support post-baccalaureate students from groups that are underrepresented in their disciplines and who have not had sufficient training and research experiences to prepare them for admission to doctoral programs. Mentoring, $24,000 per annum stipend, and areas include Classics. https://graduate.as.virginia.edu/bridge-doctorate

 

NEW! Support for Dyslexics, UK and International: Lex Academic Humanities Scholarship Lex Academic Scholarships. "At Lex Academic, we recognise the important contribution of dyslexic individuals to academic research and broader society. Often meeting with discouragement in mainstream education, we believe that exceptionally promising dyslexic students deserve investment and support, helping them to realise the potential of their ideas." To nurture talented researchers with dyslexia, the Lex Academic Humanities Scholarship is granted annually to 3 students studying any of the following humanities subjects, post grad: Art History; Classics; English; History; Modern Languages; and Philosophy. Includes a grant of £500, and gratis editorial services for their MA/PhD thesis or dissertation.

 

ACL Covid-19 Relief Fund has been established to provide immediate assistance for unforeseen expenses to its members. No questions asked. Apply HERE.

 

 

Coffin Fellowship from SCS. This is for secondary Latin and Greek teachers for study abroad expenses. See classicalstudies.org/awards-and-fellowships

 

Texas Tech University offers a rolling, 2 year, fully funded Master’s Program for students in Classics heading for K-12 or Ph.D. Options for focus on Latin, Greek, teacher training, archeology, research. Email don.lavigne@ttu.edu

 

Kent State offers an all-online Master’s Degree program for Latin. Though not tuition free, it is one of the very few completely online upper level Latin degrees.  https://onlinedegrees.kent.edu/degrees/master-of-arts-in-latin

 

MA Classical Studies at Tulane; tuition and stipend. More information and the link for application can be found here:

 

National Latin Exam as an organization offers dozens of $2000 and one $5000 travel scholarship each year to high school seniors, university students, graduate students and those training to become Latin teachers.  https://www.nle.org/Scholarships

 

The American Classical League Scholarships are offered annually for teaching credential coursework, study abroad programs, teaching materials, and for attendance at ACL annual Institute($250-$2000)  https://www.aclclassics.org/Awards-Scholarships/ACL-Scholarships

 

Society for Classical Studies offers many scholarships and grants and posts a webpage for those seeking financial support in the United States, with a very extensive list of funding sources from various organizations.https://classicalstudies.org/awards-and-fellowships/awards-scholarships-and-fellowships-offered-us-classics-associations

 

Frank M. Snowden Jr. Scholarship

The Committee on Diversity in the Profession of the Society for Classical Studies (SCS) invites applications from undergraduate students from historically underrepresented groups across North America for scholarships to be awarded for Summer 2021. The purpose of the scholarships is to further students’ study of classics or classical archaeology with opportunities not available during the school year. Eligible proposals might include (but are not limited to) participation in classical summer programs or field schools in the Mediterranean or language training at institutions in the U.S., Canada, or Europe. The maximum amount of the award will be $4,500. Preference for applicants from under-represented or marginalized groups https://classicalstudies.org/awards-and-fellowships/lionel-pearson-fellowship

 

University of Wisconsin Undergraduate Scholarship Awards

Multiple awards are granted and can be used for study abroad, archeology experiences, and extra-university programs. (https://canes.wisc.edu/2018/11/09/canes-undergraduate-scholarships-call-for-applications/)— These internal awards are open to all UW undergraduates. Chair Jeremy Hutton states: “These undergraduate awards are open to everyone; but reflecting the diversity of the student body is an active consideration of applications.

UW's CANES department welcomes underrepresented and/or marginalized undergraduates. See HERE their strong statements of commitment to diversity and inclusion within their department and how they form their views and conduct their study of the ancient world, its cultures, and societies.  CONTACT: <jmhutton@wisc.edu>

 

The Pearson Fellowship is the only fellowship currently offered by the SCS that provides funding for a year of graduate study. The competition is open to any outstanding undergraduate student who has completed in academic year 2018-2019, or will complete in academic year 2019-2020, a B.A. in Greek, Latin, Classics, or closely related fields at any American or Canadian college or university. The SCS encourages departments to nominate students from groups traditionally under-represented in the field of classical studies.

 

 Funding specifically for Teacher credentialing can be found on our FAQ Credentialing, Standards on the sidebar.