Frank McCormick Phi Beta Kappa Study Abroad Scholarship
For students in one of 13 majors, to Study Abroad. Requires 3.25 GPA, short essay, faculty recommendation. Non-English instruction preferred.
The following criteria must be met:
- The recipient(s) must be a full-time student, accepted to Eastern Illinois University.
- The recipient(s) must be a declared major in one of the following: Biological Sciences, Chemistry, Economics, English, Geology/Geography, History, Mathematics, Philosophy, Physics, Political Science, Psychology, Sociology/Anthropology, World Languages and Cultures
- The recipient(s) shall have a minimum 3.25 GPA.
- The Phi Beta Kappa Scholarship shall normally be awarded to assist one or more applicants taking part in a Study Abroad Program.
- Applicants for the Phi Beta Kappa Scholarship shall submit an application that includes a 300-600 word essay describing the anticipated value of the Study Abroad experience to the student(s) academic career.
- Along with the application, applicants shall provide one letter of support from a faculty member.
- Financial need is not to be a consideration.
- In the event of two equally qualified applicants, preference shall be given to student(s) who will be attending programs in which English not the sole language of instruction; to the student(s) who plan to pursue graduate education; and to the student(s) with the strongest overall academic potential.
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