Undergraduate Scholarships & Awards

Dobro Slovo National Slavic Honor Society

Honor Society for Russian majors with a 3.5 GPA in Russian and an overall 3.0 GPA.  Eligible students are initiated into Dobro Slovo as a graduating senior.

Russian Study Abroad Scholarship

The Russian Study Abroad scholarship is to support Russian majors to study abroad.  The Russian Study Abroad scholarship is funded by our Russian gift fund donors. 

Application and a one-page request describing study abroad program and cost of program (including tuition/program cost, airfare, room & board, and any anticipated scholarships/financial aid) should be submitted to the graduate director by the given deadlines (see below). 

Deadlines: October 15 (for study abroad in upcoming spring semester); Feb. 7 (for study abroad in summer, the upcoming fall semester, or upcoming academic year).

 

Graduate Scholarships & Awards

Russian Study Abroad Scholarship

The Russian Study Abroad scholarship is to support Russian MA and Russian BAM (formerly BA/MA) students to study abroad.  The Russian Study Abroad scholarship is funded by our Russian gift fund donors. 

Application consisting of a one-page request describing the proposed project and overall budget should be submitted to the graduate director by the given deadlines (see below).

Deadlines: October 15 (for upcoming spring semester); Feb. 7 (for summer, the upcoming fall semester, or upcoming academic year).

Wittenberg Scholarship

The Wittenberg scholarship fund supports BAM (formerly BA/MA) and graduate students’ research/conference travel, study abroad, or tuition. Wittenberg scholarship is in memory of Elizabeth Shevchenko Wittenberg who received her MA in Slavic Languages from CU in 1964 and taught at CU for ten years, as well as being involved in Russian activities throughout the state, including the High School Olimpiada of Spoken Russian and Jefferson County’s weekend Russian immersion village “Sosnovka.”

Amount of scholarship: Annually the Russian Program awards 1-3 outstanding students; most awards between $200 and $1,000, occasionally up to $3,000.

Purpose: To support study abroad, research/conference travel, and tuition.

Eligibility: Enrolled MA and BAM (formerly BA/MA) students of Russian Studies at CU-Boulder. GPA in Russian Studies: no lower than 3.0.

Application and a one-page request describing the proposed project and overall budget should be submitted to the graduate director by the given deadlines (see below).

Deadlines: October 15 (for upcoming spring semester and conference/research travel in current academic year; Feb. 7 (for summer, the upcoming fall semester, or upcoming academic year).

External Scholarships

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