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  • Program Terms: Academic Year, Fall, Interim, Summer
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  • Restrictions: Wofford applicants only
Fact Sheet:
Fact Sheet:
Eligibility: Freshman, Junior, Senior, Sophomore
Program Description:

Wofford Travel Grants provide assistance to students participating in credit-bearing educational programs overseas. These awards make it possible for students to integrate a focused program of study overseas into the Wofford curriculum.

In examining the applications, the review committee looks for students who possess a focused plan for their experience overseas. Consideration will be given to those with high financial need who have not received prior funding. With that in mind, the information provided in the Travel Grant application should demonstrate a student's preparedness to participate and be successful in the proposed program, as well as demonstrate the expectations of the experience and how it will impact the student's life following their time abroad.

If awarded the grant, please note that these funds cannot be used for an Interim program deposit. If you receive an award and are unable to participate in the program, the award will be canceled and any financial benefit you have received must be repaid to the College.

Applications and all materials must be submitted online by the assigned deadlines (see website). Incomplete and/or late applications will not be accepted.


1) The scholarship is contingent upon acceptance to an approved program of study overseas.

2) The student must be in good social and academic standing with the College.

3) The student must meet any other requirements indicated by project sponsor/website.


Past awards have ranged from $500-$1,500. The number of awards granted each term will depend upon the number of applicants as well as available funds. The award is applied directly to the applicant’s program fees.