Duke undergraduates who receive need-based financial aid during the academic year are eligible to apply for financial aid for up to two Duke summer study abroad programs (and/or summer sessions in Durham) offering either one or two courses of credit. This aid is offered in addition to the eight basic academic-year semesters of financial aid. Eligibility for aid will be determined in the same manner as academic-year aid. Note: this policy does not apply to a summer abroad program taken prior to matriculation or after graduation from Duke.
There is no additional financial aid application when applying to study abroad. Once you enroll in a Global Education Office (GEO) program, the Financial Aid Office will adjust your financial aid award automatically.
Duke does not offer financial aid to non-Duke students. You are advised to consult with the Financial Aid Office at your home institution.
Duke undergraduates currently receiving financial aid may apply for the Stephenson Pope Babcock Scholarship, for select Duke-administered summer programs only. After the parental contribution, the Babcock Scholarship will replace the loan portion of the summer financial aid package. Applications are available as part of the online application. Seniors graduating in December 2014 or May 2015 or who have fulfilled their graduation requirements prior to the start of the fall 2015 semester are not eligible, nor are students who have previously received Babcock awards. Applications are available on-line and must be submitted to the Global Education Office no later than February 1.
NOTE: INCOMPLETE SCHOLARSHIP APPLICATIONS WILL NOT BE PROCESSED.