Florida State University is excited to announce the launch of a new centralized scholarship management system! The system, called FS4U, offers many useful online features and benefits for students as well as faculty and staff who are involved in awarding scholarships. Students can view available scholarships for which they are eligible, apply for scholarships, and view and accept scholarship offers. The following scholarships are administered through the Dean’s Office and applications are available through FS4U at https://fsu.academicworks.com/. Call Melissa Ray at 644-4949 with questions.
The $2,000 Study Abroad Scholarship is available to students in the College of Arts and Sciences who are participating in a FSU Study Abroad Program offered through the International Programs Office. Apply Here by searching for "College of Arts and Sciences Study Abroad Awards" from the home page.
- Applicants must have completed at least 52 credit hours at the time of travel, including at least 15 credit hours at Florida State University.
- Applicants must be officially listed as an undergraduate major in a degree program offered through the College of Arts and Sciences.
- Applicants must have been accepted to the FSU Study Abroad Program.
- Spring 2020 Travel — September 13, 2019
- Summer 2020 Travel — November 26, 2019
- Fall 2020 Travel — March 27, 2020
The Douglas Peterson Vietnamese Scholarship in Arts & Sciences is intended to provide financial assistance to Vietnamese, Laotian or Cambodian graduate students who are either entering into or continuing with any graduate program within the College of Arts & Sciences. At least one scholarship of $3,000 will be awarded to a deserving student each year. Apply Here by searching for "Douglas Peterson Vietnamese Scholarship in Arts and Sciences" from the home page.
- Applicants must be Vietnamese, Laotian or Cambodian graduate students in good standing in a graduate program in the College of Arts and Sciences.
- Recipients must be registered graduate students in the College of Arts and Science, or prospective graduate students who have been admitted to the University and a College of Arts & Sciences Department or Program.
- Applications are accepted on a continuous basis.
The $500 Ermine M. Owenby, Jr., Fund to Promote Excellence is available to female graduate students in the College of Arts and Sciences who are presenting papers at professional meetings. This opportunity is not administered through the FS4U system. Follow the application instructions listed here.