SIT Scholarships and Grants (Spring)

"The SIT Study Abroad scholarship application process has been fully integrated into their online program application.SIT Study Abroad awards need-based scholarships and grants. Average awards range between $500 and $5,000 for semester programs.
US citizens or permanent residents: If you are a US citizen or permanent resident, you must also complete a FAFSA. If you are applying for a summer or fall program, please complete your Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA). SIT’s federal school code is 008860. In order to complete a FAFSA application, you will need a PIN. Visit www.pin.ed.gov
International students: If you are an international student, you are eligible for SIT Study Abroad scholarships but ineligible for US federal student aid. Therefore, you do not need to complete a FAFSA. During the application process, a web-based questionnaire will be emailed to the parent/guardian whose email address you give us. If this individual does not speak English, you may need to assist her/him in completing this form."
 
For more information regarding eligibility for Various SIT Scholarships and Grants please click here.
 

If you have questions, please contact:

Diane Robinson, MEd
Manager of Financial Aid
Tel: 802 258-3503
Tel: 888 272-7881 (toll-free in US)
Fax: 802 258-3296
Email: studyabroad.scholarships@sit.edu
 
Pitt Study Abroad does not administer this scholarship program and cannot answer any questions about applications. This is posted as a resource for students.

GPA Requirement: 
2.75
Term: 
Spring
Scholarship Type: 
Pitt-Recognized Program
School or Campus: 
Business
Computing and Information
Dietrich School of Arts and Sciences
Education
General Studies
Honors College
Nursing
Pharmacy
PittBradford
PittGreensburg
PittJohnstown
School of Health and Rehabilitation Sciences
Swanson School of Engineering
Program Level: 
Sophomore
Junior
Senior
Travel Advisory: 
No
Citizenship Status: 
U.S. Citizen
U.S. Permanent Resident
Non-Resident
Program Type: 
Pitt-Recognized Program
Due Date: 
Friday, November 1, 2019