The Global Citizenship Certificate Scholarship was established in 2017, and is awarded to recognize high achieving students with documented financial need who demonstrate values of global citizenship.
Awards will be presented to FSU undergraduate students who are enrolled in the Global Citizenship Certificate program and the Garnet & Gold Scholar Society who would like to use the scholarship funds to participate in a university-approved exchange program through FSU's Global Exchanges. The award is not renewable.
$1,000 to participate in an exchange in the fall or spring
$500 to participate in a summer exchange
Application Opens: September 1st for Spring applications and February 1st for Summer and Fall applications
November 1st for students accepted to participate in spring exchange
April 1st for students accepted to participate in a fall/summer exchange
Questions: Please contact Dr. Haskollar at email@example.com.
Any prospective applicant should be sure that he or she meets the specified criteria before applying for a scholarship. Please be advised that meeting the criteria for a scholarship does not guarantee receipt of the scholarship.
- Be enrolled as an undergraduate student at Florida State University
- Be enrolled in the Global Citizenship Certificate program
- Be enrolled in the Garnet & Gold Scholar Society (Students must submit their Intent to Participate before they can apply for this scholarship)
- Must be accepted into a university-approved exchange program through FSU's Global Exchanges
How to apply
Applicants must submit the following to be considered for the scholarship award:
- Online Application
- Expected Family Contribution (EFC) form
- Release to use photo/quotes for promotional purposes
- Unofficial copy of transcript
Applicants are selected based on the 5-point criteria below:
Written responses to the three questions below (prompt is included on application)
- 1. Describe your financial need. How do you plan to use this award to support your exchange? (200 words)
- 2. Why is participating in an exchange important to you? (200 words)
- 3. What are your plans upon return from your exchange? How do these plans further your development into a global citizen? (200 words)
- Academic Merit
- Academic Awards
- Expected Family Contribution (EFC) numbers will be considered
- Community Service
- Campus Involvement
- Must demonstrate commitment to global citizenship
- Elcin Haskollar, Ph.D., Program Director, Global Citizenship Certificate (Chair)
- Tanu Kohli, Ph.D., Teaching Faculty, Global Citizenship Certificate
- Leigh Ann Bauer, Program Director, Exchanges & Intercultural Programs