The scholarships below are used exclusively to support CCSU students participating in a CCSU-sponsored Course Abroad program. For more information on current Course Abroad programs, visit www.ccsu.edu/coursesabroad. Because these funds are administered in conjunction with the Course Abroad Program, the Foundation does not accept applications for these scholarships through this process. Studying abroad is a great way to gain a global perspective and enhance your resumé. Stop by the Center for International Education in Barnard Hall, Room 123, or contact the Center at (860) 832-2040 for help finding the Course Abroad program that’s right for you!
Paul Hochstim German Scholar Exchange (1060)
James-Hauser International Exchange (1150)
- Provides support for student exchange opportunities in Asia, Africa, Latin America, and the Middle East.
Stanislaus A. Blejwas Memorial Scholarship (2009)
Grzyb Memorial Scholarship (2370)
Dr. Mong Koo Chung/Hyundai Motor Company Scholarship (2445)
- Provides support for high-achieving students engaged in full-time study at Central Connecticut State University as well as students from CCSU studying at Korean universities and students from Korean universities studying at CCSU.
C.J. Huang Endowment Scholarship (2510)
Ki Hoon Kim Scholarship (2570)
Kwang Lim & Hesung Chun Koh Scholarship (2600)
George R. Muirhead Scholarship (2730)
Yoko Niibo Scholarship (2780)
- Provides support for exchanges of students between Central Connecticut State University and Japanese or Korean Universities. Exchange program must be approved by the Center for International Education.
H. G. Peter Wallach Scholarship (2940)
Provides support for full-time undergraduate students at CCSU with 30 hours of earned academic credit and a minimum of a 3.0 cumulative grade point average who are majoring in political science, who have demonstrated an understanding of current issues in civil liberties and constitutional law, or who will be engaging in study in Germany.
Polish Summer School Scholarship (9350)
Provides support to a full-time, matriculated, undergraduate student at CCSU interested in participating in a summer study abroad program in Poland. Student must have earned 60 credits in residence at CCSU with a minimum GPA of 3.0 in any field of study.