Instructions for Completing the College of Education & Human Sciences Swedlund International Study Scholarship Application Please read carefully before completing the application If you plan on transferring to a major outside the College of Education & Human Sciences or to another University, please do not turn in this application. Note: Scholarship money is awarded during the semester the travel study is completed. Instructions for completing the application: 1. Hand written applications will not be accepted. 2. Return this application form by April 5, to the Dept Head’s Office, Wagner Hall 229 or e-mail to [email protected] (only Word attachments will be accepted). 3. Late or incomplete scholarship applications will not be considered in the first selection process and only considered later if there are no other eligible applicants. International Study scholarships are to provide funding for students in family and consumer sciences programs within the College of Education & Human Sciences, who will incur substantial additional expenses and who, without additional funding, could not attain such an international experience. Funds shall be used for expenses over and above those typically incurred as a student at SDSU, not for tuition or on campus housing. Extra expenses could include extra costs of transportation, housing, professional clothing, etc. Rules and Disclaimer: Failure to major in a College of Education and Human Sciences program and enroll in family and consumer sciences courses, withdrawal from the College of Education & Human Sciences, or failure to maintain a 2.5 cumulative GPA will result in forfeiture of the entire award. Failure to acknowledge acceptance of the award according to procedures outlined in a letter to recipients will also result in forfeiture of the entire award. Intern scholarship money is awarded during the semester the internship or practicum is completed. Recipients must attend the EHS Celebration of Excellence on Saturday, September 12, 2015, to receive a scholarship. College of Education & Human Sciences Swedlund International Study Scholarship Application Please type Student’s Name Local Address Last First Street Colleague ID Number City State Zip Code Home or Mobile Telephone Number Hometown Address Street City High School Attended State Zip Code County Year graduated Major Expected Graduation Date Credits completed at end of fall semester Cumulative GPA (Minimum of 2.5 required) Please respond to the following: 1. Briefly describe the planned study abroad experience. Include where and when you will complete your travel studies. 2. Describe the activities/process in which you are engaged to prepare for the experience. 3. Estimate of cost for international travel study (provide an itemized estimate) and describe how you plan to finance this experience. 4. How will you share the information/experience with fellow students, faculty and members of your home community after the study/travel experience? 5. Provide background about any previous international travels you have completed. Include if it was educationally sponsored (e.g. band/choir performance, University study tour, etc.) or simply for personal enjoyment. 6. Please explain why you believe an international study abroad experience will be beneficial to you both personally and in your professional development. 7. List 3-5 goals you have set for your international study experience. Would you like your parent(s) and/or spouse to receive notification of the scholarship banquet? Yes No If yes, please provide name(s) and complete mailing address of parent(s) and/or spouse here: International Travel Studies Scholarships are due April 5 at 5:00pm in the Dept Head’s office, Wagner Hall 229 or by emailing completed application to [email protected] Recipients must attend the College of Education & Human Sciences Celebration of Excellence on Saturday, September 12, 2015, to receive a scholarship.