This scholarship is funded in partnership with MSU Office for Education Abroad. This scholarship recognizes the value of studying abroad and international travel, activities that lead to acquisition of important personal skills and knowledge resulting in a more competitive resume for a future job market. Students participating in the program who are selected to receive this scholarship will typically be awarded at least $2,000. 

To be eligible for consideration you must:

  1. Be a student with a documented disability
  2. Have applied to a future, credit-bearing MSU education abroad program
  3. Meet the eligibility criteria for the program

Please use the ​MSU Scholarships System to apply for the Education Abroad Scholarship for Students with Disabilities.

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Education Abroad Scholarship Recipients with RCPD Ability Access Specialist, John Pedraza, and MSU Office for Education Abroad representative, Max Chappuis, at the 2019 RCPD Awards and Appreciation Reception. 

RCPD Education Abroad: First-Hand Student Experiences