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Scholarships

Resources to help students fund their study abroad and internship experiences.

Humanities+ Internship Funding

Eligible applicants with a major or a minor in the College of Humanities can receive scholarships ranging from $500-$3500. Learn more on the College of Humanities website.

Emily Jayne Robinson Scholarship

January 14, 2022 09:00 AM
The Emily Jayne Robinson Scholarship Fund generously supports BYU students studying French by offering need-based scholarships to French majors and minors.

Applicants must be full-time students of BYU-Provo who are currently declared as a French major/minor, French Studies secondary major, or French Teaching major/minor. Additionally, students must have at least a 3.0 GPA. As per the scholarship fund’s stipulations, preference will be given to French-speaking students from Africa and students with greater financial need. While priority is given to these applicants, other students may also receive scholarships.

Learn more about this scholarship here.

Emily Jayne Robinson Language Immersion Student Residence Scholarship

January 14, 2022 09:18 AM
The Emily Jayne Robinson Scholarship Fund generously supports BYU students studying French by scholarships to French majors and minors living in the French apartments at BYU’s Language Immersion Student Residence.

Applicants must be full-time students of BYU-Provo who are currently declared as a French major/minor, French Studies secondary major, or French Teaching major/minor. Additionally, students must have at least a 3.0 GPA. As per the scholarship fund’s stipulations, preference will be given to French-speaking students from Africa and students with greater financial need. While priority is given to students who fit these profiles, other students may also receive scholarships.

Learn more about this scholarship here.

Humanities Undergraduate Mentoring Grants

As part of the college support for experiential learning, HUM grants offer resources for student-initiated, faculty-mentored research projects outside the classroom. Students can apply to the College of Humanities, with a faculty mentor’s endorsement, for up to $1,200 in scholarship funding to support their work.

HUM Grant-funded experiences should be high-impact learning opportunities in which student and faculty research interests converge. A significant project with substantive mentoring should lead to improvement in core humanities learning outcomes, such as advanced research, writing, and presenting. Learn more here.

Humanities Mentored Experience Grants (H-MEGs)

H-MEGs support student-centered, faculty-driven research experiences up to $10,000 for year-long and $5,000 for short-term grants. Short-term Spring/Summer grants offer faculty and students opportunities to collaborate on research with a narrower scope and outcomes that can be achieved within a tighter framework. Grant work outcomes should be submitted by end of summer.

Learn more about this opportunity here.

Kennedy Center Scholarships

Scholarships opportunities for study abroad programs are coordinated through the Kennedy Center. Some BYU-sponsored scholarships are included while others are sponsored by outside organizations. Grants are also available.

Liberal Arts Advisement and Careers Scholarships

The Liberal Arts Advisement and Careers (LAAC) office offers scholarships. This includes scholarships offered through the college of Humanities not linked otherwise on this page.