The GEO Study Abroad Scholarship for Students with Disabilities is a planning scholarship available to UO students who have a documented disability. Recipients of the scholarship can use the award to study abroad on a GEO-sponsored program at any time during their college career at the UO. A number of $1,000-$3,000 scholarships will be awarded each year to help support students with documented disabilities who aspire to study abroad.
- Applicants must be enrolled as full-time degree-seeking undergraduate or graduate students at the UO.
- Applicants must have their physical and/or mental disability documented with the UO’s Accessible Education Center.
- Applicants must demonstrate financial need (based on FAFSA). International students will complete the Financial Resources Form, which is available in the online application for this scholarship.
Note: you do not need to know which program you plan to participate in when you apply for the scholarship, and applying for the scholarship does not mean you are committing to a study abroad program.
Resources for Students with Disabilities
If you would like to learn more information about disabilities and studying abroad, please go to the section on our website in the Student Guide dedicated to Students with Disabilities.
You can also consult information available through:
Follow-on Requirement for Recipients
Recipients of the GEO Scholarship for Students with Disabilities will be expected to share their experiences and encourage other students to study abroad. More information is available in the online application.