The World Wide Campus Student Opportunity Fund provides financial support to undergraduate
students of the College of Arts and Sciences at Illinois State University who plan to participate in
a semester-long study abroad program connected with the university. This grant is intended to
supplement travel funds provided by departments/schools or other organization.
Awards are for $750 for travel as part of a semester-long study abroad program connected with
The Office of the Dean of the College of Arts and Sciences will make these awards. Applications
from all undergraduate students who have either a first or second major in the College of Arts
and Sciences will be considered. Each proposal must include the endorsement of the student’s
Chair/Director on the cover page of the proposal.
Two submission and review cycles will occur each academic year. A student may receive this
award only once. E-mail proposals to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Students must fill out the application form above.
In addition, students should attach a short essay about why they’ve chosen the country where they are
studying, and how the study abroad will complement their academic and professional plans. The
description should be written in a clear and straightforward style and not exceed 350 words.