Student Financial Aid
Federal aid funds, such as Pell grant and federal student/parent loans, can be used for an approved program of study abroad as long as you have appropriate documentation from Auburn Abroad
and meet other requirements as determined by Student Financial Aid. You must contact Student Financial Aid to determine if you meet the requirements to receive your federal aid for your program abroad.
The Gilman scholarship is an external scholarship offered to undergraduate students who are receiving Pell grant. You must submit your FAFSA annually at https://studentaid.gov/h/apply-for-aid/fafsa
to determine if you are Pell grant eligible. Information on the Gilman Scholarship, such as eligibility criteria and application deadlines, can be found at www.iie.org/gilman
. Contact Auburn Abroad
for additional information and assistance.
Information on other scholarship opportunities available specifically for study abroad can be found at Auburn Abroad - Money Matters
Contact the Office of University Scholarships
if you have a university scholarship and would like to see if the funds can be used for a semester abroad.
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