Department of World Languages and Cultures Scholarships

Scholarships for students with a major or minor in the Department of World Languages and Cultures.

Supplemental Questions
  1. The application deadline for scholarships from the Department of World Languages and Cultures is March 1, 2024. Recipients will be notified by mid-April and will be invited to join us for our Scholarship and Awards Ceremony on April 21, 2024 from 2:00 PM to 4:00 PM. For more information on WLC scholarships, visit our website:
    What is your major, minor and/or program in WLC? (Select all that apply to you.)
  2. Upload a copy of your degree audit or unofficial transcript. (Do not use special characters or spaces when naming your document.)
  3. Please describe how your area of study in the Department of World Languages and Cultures connects to your aspirations post-graduation.
  4. What foreign language activities do you participate in on campus? Elaborate on the level and frequency of your participation and your responsibilities.
  5. If you are a first generation college student, describe your experience, including challenges and benefits.
  6. If you are applying for the Louise S. Semmons Scholarship, please note what foreign language activities or clubs you participate in on campus, including the frequency of involvement and any leadership responsibilities.
  7. If you have a major in Anthropology, describe how, if awarded, this scholarship will help to further your education in anthropology.
  8. If you are applying for the Alfred P. Kehlenbeck Fund OR the Walter M. and Patricia L. Chatfield Scholarship, please describe any plans to teach post-graduation and in what subject areas or languages.
  9. The Ronald A. Schubert Scholarship Fund gives preference to individuals from a rural town in Iowa with a population of 10,000 or less. Please describe how you meet this criterion if applying for this scholarship.
  10. Many of our scholarships are for study abroad experiences. Please provide detailed information on your study abroad plans for the next academic year or summer to include: (1)Name of Study Abroad Program, (2)Time frame of the program (when it is offered), (3)How it relates to your area of study or post-graduation aspirations, (4)Why you want to participate in this study abroad program.
  11. If you are studying abroad within the next year, upload a screenshot showing your program and scholarship status in ISUAbroad or other proof of your program.
    (Do not use special characters or spaces when naming your document.)
  12. Provide the name and email address of an instructor or faculty member who can be contacted to write a reference regarding your ability and commitment to study in your chosen area of study of World Languages and Cultures. Please speak to them about this request.
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