Funding Your Experience: It May Be
You may find that
St. John’s Global Studies experiences are more affordable than you
think. Last year alone, St. John’s issued over $325,000 in
additional aid to St. John’s students participating in
semester-length study abroad program. Many students on short-term
and semester-length programs also received aid through our
Licari Scholarship program, or through the Department of
Gilman Scholarship and other sources.
depending on your financial background and your chosen program, you
may qualify for a full range of aid options, including need and
merit-based grants, as well as work opportunities abroad. The
key(s) to studying abroad without breaking the bank: apply early
(so that you qualify for all possible aid, both from St. John’s and
external sources) and make sure your FAFSA is up-to-date with the
Office of Student Financial Services!
Students: Non-St. John’s students are also eligible for
aid, whether directly through us or through your home school. You
should contact the financial aid office on your home campus, as
well as visit our
financial aid page for specific information on the type of aid
available to you.
If you decide that studying abroad through St.
John’s is right for you, we’ll do everything we can to make your
experience work for you financially:
Grants & Scholarships