Fund Your Creative Activity or Research
There are many potential sources of financial support for undergraduate students conducting research and involved in creative activities. Some opportunities are university-based and others are offered by external agencies.
Undergraduate Research Award
Changes are coming to the URA. Check back later this summer.
Summer Scholars and Artists Program
The Summer Scholars and Artists Program allows undergraduates to engage in research, scholarship or creative activities during the summer. The program supports the student's original research or creative project through a stipend, enabling recipients to engage in primary research or creative activities with guidance from faculty mentors. Proposals from students in all academic disciplines, departments and colleges are welcome.
- Supports undergraduate students in at least eight weeks of full-time scholarly activity
- Consists of a $3,500 student award and a $1,000 faculty award
- Provides free on-campus housing for eight weeks
Scholarships and Other Award Resources (SOAR) Database
Scholarships and Other Award Resources (SOAR) is a searchable online database of funding opportunities for current students at all levels as well as recent graduates. Opportunities include scholarships, fellowships, funding for study/research abroad, internships, essay contests, etc.
Undergraduate Conference Travel Fund (UCTF)
Support is available from the Undergraduate Conference Travel Fund (UCTF) to help undergraduate students defray the cost of participating in a professional meeting or conference.
Israel Studies Undergraduate Research and Creative Work Grant
The Israel Studies Undergraduate Research and Creative Work Grant is designed to support students' independent research or creative work and is sponsored by the Center for Israel Studies. The Center supports research in the history, politics, literatures, and cultures of Israel.