Financial Information

While most programs are comparable in cost to attending Cedarville, some are more expensive. Airfare is generally never included in the pricing. Some programs include meals while others do not. Check out your program’s website thoroughly to find out what is covered in the program fee. Also, don’t forget about local transportation to and from class in some locations.

Students who participate in any of the study abroad programs on this website remain enrolled at Cedarville. Except for the JUC program, as an enrolled student, all current financial aid applies to the cost of the program. You are responsible for the application fee and program deposit. The rest will be invoiced to Cedarville.

In addition to the program cost, there is a $500 administrative fee to participate in any of the programs. That will be included on your Cedarville invoice.

Make sure that all paper work for your FAFSA is complete.

Additional Resources

Benjamin A. Gilman need Based Scholarship

The Benjamin A. Gilman is a scholarship sponsored by the Bureau of Educational and Cultural Affairs at the U.S. Department of State. It is meant to provide students with Pell Grants the means to study abroad. The award ranges from $4,000-$5,000, with an additional $3,000 available for those that wish to study a critical language, such as Arabic, Hindi, Chinese, etc. The program gives scholarships for the fall and spring semesters and some summer programs.

  1. All study abroad locations are acceptable as long as they are not on the State Department’s travel warning list.
  2. Students must receive academic credit for their studies. Programs in areas critical to the United States’ foreign policy are preferred, but not critical in order to receive the scholarship.
  3. Application deadline for Spring programs is early October. The deadline for Summer and Fall programs is early March.

Other Funding

The Institute of International Education has a comprehensive resource for study abroad funding. You can access detailed descriptions of hundreds of study abroad scholarships, fellowships, grants, and some paid internships.