Tuition & Aid

Study Abroad Scholarship and Grant Opportunities

Nazareth College has seven scholarship opportunities available to provide assistance to students who study abroad in a Nazareth College program. They are:

  • Ciccone Scholarship - preference to students studying in Italy. Requests for assistance should be submitted in writing to Nevan Fisher, Director of Center for International Education.
  • Zollo Scholarship - preference to students studying in Italy. Requests for assistance should be submitted in writing to Nevan Fisher, Director of Center for International Education.
  • Hoctor Scholarship – preference to students studying in the British Isles. Requests for assistance should be submitted in writing to Nevan Fisher, Director of Center for International Education.
  • Joanne-Hume Nigro and Ronald Nigro Scholarship - preference to students studying in Italy. Requests for assistance should be submitted in writing to Maria Rosaria Vitti-Alexander, Coordinator of Casa Italiana in Casa Italiana.
  • Virginia Otto Scholarship - awarded to foreign language major undertaking study abroad, with a preference to French majors studying in Rennes. Request for assistance should be submitted to Mireille Le Breton in the foreign languages and literature department.
  • Quinn-Metz Scholarship – available to students studying in Italy. Requests for assistance should be submitted in writing to Nevan Fisher, Director of the Center for International Education.
  • Summer Study Abroad Scholarship - available to students studying abroad in a summer term and registered for at least three credit hours (i.e. Pescara for Summer 2017). Applications are available from Kathy Hansen in the Center for International Education.

In addition to Nazareth College scholarships, the following private scholarships are available for students who study abroad in a Nazareth College program or a non-Nazareth-College program:

  • Benjamin A. Gilman International Scholarship Program – offers awards for undergraduate study abroad and was established by the International Academic Opportunity Act of 2000. This scholarship provides awards for U.S. undergraduate students who are receiving Federal Pell Grant funding at a two-year or four-year college or university to participate in study and intern abroad programs worldwide. For additional information, contact Kathy Hansen in Nazareth's Center for International Education and see the Gilman scholarship webpage.
  • Nazareth College is a member of The Honor Society of Phi Kappa Phi. PKP provides a $1,000 scholarship opportunity for study abroad. For more information, contact the leader listed on the PKP site.