Clarence Forbes Scholarship
This scholarship is open to a Classical Languages or Classics and Religious Studies major with a proposed project involving travel to the Mediterranean region for the purpose of furthering their program of study with an international experience. Students must submit an application to the designated Classics and Religious Studies advisor by the appointed deadline.
Additional scholarships for students in Classical Languages and Classics and Religious Studies are supported by income from the Grace I. Bridge and Emma C. Steckelberg scholarship funds.
Grove E. Barber Prize
The Department of Classics and Religious Studies, under the terms of the will of the late Professor Grove E. Barber, annually (in the Spring semester) conducts a contest among students at a certain level in Latin or in Greek for the awarding of a cash prize to the top contestant in each language. Students must be enrolled in the university, either in an undergraduate or graduate degree program in the study of Classical languages or of Classical archaeology. Students must have taken at least one Latin course (for the Latin translation exam) or one Greek course (for the Greek translation exam) at the university to be eligible. In addition, students must have passed or be currently enrolled in the fourth semester of Latin (LATN 302 or 304) or Greek (GREK 302) or the equivalent (i.e., any LATN or GREK 400-level course).
Scholarships can be awarded also to first-year students. Incoming students who are applying for admission should contact the Office of Admissions regarding application for freshman scholarships and all deadlines.
To be considered for need-based federal and state financial assistance, complete the "Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA)" as soon after January 1 of the year in which you are seeking aid as possible. Most federal and state aid is awarded on a first-come, first-served basis so it is important to apply early and submit income tax information as soon after it is requested as possible.