Finances and Scholarships
When planning on how much money to bring for your personal expenses and meals, it will be a good idea to compare the cost of living between San Jose, California and the destination of your FLP. Check out this cost of living comparison website.
Undergraduate students may be able to use their Financial Aid toward the FLP if they are planning to take minimum 6 units during the summer session. Graduate students may be able to use their Financial Aid toward the FLP if they are planning to take minimum 4 units during the summer session.
The Financial Aid disbursed for the Summer FLP is part of your Financial Aid award for the academic year (Fall and Spring) so be sure to save some of your Financial Aid for the Summer if you plan to participate in an FLP. For more information, please see the Summer 2017 Financial Aid Fact Sheet for Faculty-Led Programs.
You are encouraged to contact the Financial Aid Office as soon as possible to find out the process of allocating your Financial Aid award toward the Summer FLP.
Carol A. Garcia
Special Programs Coordinator
Financial Aid & Scholarship Office
Potential scholarship opportunities will be listed here throughout the year (availability or amount of award may vary depending on the funding of the awarding agency). The scholarships may come from different colleges and departments on campus with various requirements for eligibility.
Students are encouraged to seek scholarship opportunities directly with their college to see if there is available funding for participating in a faculty-led program.
Online Scholarship Search Engines
Students are also encouraged to use the internet as a tool to search for available scholarships. Below are a few search engines to help you begin your search.