Private Donor Support
The following is a list of scholarships that come from privately funded sources. Students are considered for these awards in addition to the Twin Cities Study Abroad Scholarships based on eligibility criteria.
Judee Kleffman Memorial Scholarship
One (1) award of $500 annually for spring semester
Eligibility: Open to all University of Minnesota Twin Cities campus undergraduate, degree-seeking students participating on a Minnesota Studies in International Development (MSID) program and/or SPAN.
Billman Family International Scholarship Fund
One (1) or more award(s) of $1000 annually—preference given to global seminars
Eligibility: Open to undergraduate and graduate students who are from the state of Minnesota and enrolled on the University of Minnesota Twin Cities campus.
Learning Abroad Alumni Fund
One (1) or more award(s) of $500 annually for any of the following terms: fall semester, spring semester, academic year
Eligibility: Open to undergraduate, graduate, and professional students who are enrolled on the University of Minnesota Twin Cities campus and will be participating in a Learning Abroad Center Program.
Glen L. Hendricks International Study Fund
One (1) or more award(s) of $1,200 annually for fall or spring semester and $2,000 for academic year
Eligibility: Open to UofM undergraduate, graduate, and professional students studying at a tertiary institution abroad (i.e. direct enroll).
Angel Ruiz Lillo Friendship Scholarship
One (1) to two (2) awards annually for academic year/semester term ranging from $2,500—$5,000
Eligibility: Open to University of Minnesota students who are US citizens participating in programs to Spain who demonstrate extreme financial hardship. Check the eligible for financial aid box on the application form. If selected as a finalist, you will be asked to submit a copy of your Financial Aid Award Notification.
Joshua and James Haglund Memorial Peace Scholarship
At least one (1) award annually of $750
Eligibility: Open to University of Minnesota undergraduate, graduate, and professional students. Preference given to students going to Australia, Canada, Costa Rica, Germany, India, Italy, Japan, Norway, Sweden, Thailand, or Vietnam.
- Read about Emily, the 2011-12 scholarship recipient
- Read about Katie, the 2009-10 scholarship recipient
- Read about Hilary, the 2008–09 scholarship recipient
- Read about David, the 2007–08 scholarship recipient
Learn more or donate to the Joshua and James Haglund Memorial Peace Scholarship.