Global Scholars for International Experiences
The Presidential Global Scholarship provides students with the financial means to participate in an international co-op experience. The Presidential Global Scholarship grants up to $6,000 for a period of travel on an approved international co-op. Funding will assist with program costs, housing and other living expenses, financial need, or reduced earnings. For more information, please visit: http://www.northeastern.edu/globalscholars/globalfellow.html
Social Enterprise Institute Co-op Grant
The Social Enterprise Institute offers limited grants for students who wish to participate in the co-op program with a social enterprise, social business, microfinance institution or organization/company which is considered “social” in their mission. Grant amounts can vary based on country, location, or length of stay. Co-op grant awards can vary between $500 – $2,000.
- Minimum 3.0 GPA
- Must be enrolled in the Global Social Entrepreneurship Minor or Entrepreneurship Concentration (DMSB only; Social Entrepreneurship Track)
- Must have completed at least one course in the GSE program in order to qualify, and at least one of the field programs (summer “Dialogues”) to receive the largest co-op amount.
- The co-op must be an SEI-approved social enterprise co-op.
Please email the SEI Student Association at email@example.com for more information on how to apply.
Provost’s Research Grant
The Office of the Provost is sponsoring a number of undergraduate research projects during the current academic year. Awards up to a maximum of $1,000 are provided to support student research such as purchase of supplies, software, reference books, or travel to research sites and to present work at professional meetings. Team research is also supported and, in appropriate cases, the award amount is larger than the single-student maximum. Students who wish to be considered should first discuss possible topics with their faculty sponsor. For more information, please visit: http://www.northeastern.edu/undergraduateresearch/
Student Financial Services
Northeastern’s Admissions Office offers a wide range of scholarships to reward the outstanding achievements of incoming freshman students. For best consideration for all of Northeastern’s scholarships, you should apply for admission in advance of the January 15 deadline date. Many scholarships require the signing of a contract of understanding, which is included with the offer of financial assistance. Most full tuition scholarships (including the Trustees, Torch, BPHS, BHA, and Balfour Scholarships) require a minimum of 100 hours of community service each year. The Center of Community Service at Northeastern provides students with the tools and resources necessary to achieve success in this program.