Summer Program Scholarships

To apply for ASCSA scholarships for the Summer Session or Summer Seminars, indicate your preferences by checking the appropriate box on the ASCSA Summer Session or Summer Seminars Application. No additional forms are required.

If you are applying for a scholarship with an outside funder, you must submit an application for the appropriate ASCSA Summer Program AND apply for the scholarship with the sponsoring organization. 

Scholarships are marked in reference to program availability. 

NOTE: An ASCSA Summer Program Scholarship may not be held in conjunction with any other full scholarship.
 

Scholarships open to levels (BA degree and above)

ASCSA Alumni/ae Association Scholarship
Amount:  ALL FEES
Availability: Summer Session only

 

ASCSA, Antony and Isabelle Raubitschek Scholarship
Scholarship, endowed by an alumnus of the School and friends, in honor of the late Professor Antony Raubitschek of Stanford University and Isabelle Raubitschek.
Amount: $2,250
Availability: Summer Session only

 

CANE Endowment Scholarship
The CANE Endowment Scholarship is awarded for summer study at the American School of Classical Studies at Athens. Members of the Classical Association of New England and have been members in good standing for at least two full and consecutive years immediately prior to the year in which they apply for the award. Priority will be given to applications from Latin teachers of secondary school, public or private, who teach within the geographical boundaries of CANE. The CANE Endowment Scholarship is an award of up to approximately $5100 for summer study normally at the American School of Classical Studies at Athens. Deadline: January 15.

Application available at: http://caneweb.org/new/?page_id=35 & http://caneweb.org/forms/Endowment.pdf

For more information or to apply for this scholarship contact:
Ms. Amy White, Chair, CANE Scholarship Committee
scholarships@caneweb.org

Availability: Summer Session and Summer Seminars

 

Eta Sigma Phi Brent Malcolm Froberg Scholarship
Eta Sigma Phi members who have received a Bachelor’s degree within the eight years prior to application (or shall have received it by June 1st of the current year) and who have not received a doctoral degree are eligible. Note: In order to be valid, membership must have been registered with the national office of Eta Sigma Phi by the application deadline. 

The Brent Malcolm Froberg Scholarship to the American School of Classical Studies at Athens has a value of up to $3,300, not including the remission of tuition by the ASCSA. Eta Sigma Phi will select either one recipient for the Summer Session or up to two recipients for the Summer Seminars. If two Summer Seminar participants are chosen, the scholarship will be divided equally between them. Any remainder, beyond one-half of the program fees, goes to the recipient(s) for travel expenses. Eta Sigma Phi covers one-half of ASCSA Summer program fees and an additional stipend toward travel expenses; ASCSA pays the other half of fees. 

Deadline: February 15

Applications and information are available on the Eta Sigma Phi website at http://www.etasigmaphi.org/scholarships/summer-travel/ascsa.

Questions may be directed to:
Dr. Molly Pasco-Pranger
Department of Classics
P.O. Box 1848
University of Mississippi
University, MS 38677
mpranger@olemiss.edu
Tel (662) 915-7097
www.etasigmaphi.org

Availability: Summer Session and Summer Seminars

 

New York Classical Club ASCSA Summer Session Scholarship
This is a special opportunity for Club members to win scholarships of up to $3,000 toward the cost of study in the summer session of the American Academy in Rome, the American School of Classical Studies at Athens, or the Paideia Institute for study in Greece and/or Rome. All members with one year of paid membership in the Club are eligible to apply for the award. The award is open to secondary school teachers and graduate students.  Interested individuals should obtain applications from the Academy, School or Institute, complete them, and send copies of all applications materials by January, 15, 2019 to Prof. Alan Shapiro (ashapiro@jhu.edu).

For information contact Dr. Shapiro or consult the NYCC website: https://www.thenewyorkclassicalclub.org/awards-and-contests/

Availability: Summer Session only

 

E. Adelaide Hahn Scholarships of the Classical Association of the Atlantic States
In honor of E. Adelaide Hahn, one or two awards of up to $5000 will be made toward the cost of study at the summer session of the American School of Classical Studies at Athens (ASCSA) or the American Academy in Rome (AAR). Applicants must be current CAAS members at the time of application. Preference will be given to members with longevity, pre-college teachers, graduate students, and those who have not previously received this award, with priority given to those who live and work in the CAAS region.

Scholarship winners are expected to report on their summer study experience at the CAAS annual meeting in October.

For additional information please see the CAAS website (www.caas-cw.org and http://caas-cw.org/wp/caas/scholarship/) or contact Stephen Ogumah, Chair of the Hahn Scholarship Committee, at the following email address: sogumah@gradcenter.cuny.edu.

Availability: Summer Session and Summer Seminars

Semple Award of the Classical Association of the Middle West and South
The Semple Award is for a current member of CAMWS who either holds a teaching position in Greek or Latin in an elementary or secondary school within CAMWS territory or is enrolled as a graduate student in a degree-granting Classics program within CAMWS territory. CAMWS members teaching at or students at a school outside CAMWS territory are eligible to apply for these awards if their schools are current institutional members of CAMWS. Award amount cover program costs (tuition, basic room and board) as per the ASCSA summer school fee. Airfare is excluded.

The application form is available at http://www.camws.org/awards/sgb.php.
Questions regarding the application may be directed to: sgb@camws.org.
www.camws.org

Availability: Summer Session only

Scholarships for Undergraduates

ASCSA, The Charles M. Edwards Scholarship
This scholarship is awarded to an outstanding applicant, normally an exceptional undergraduate.
Amount: $500
Availability: Summer Session only

Minority Scholarship in Classics and Classical Archaeology
The Committee on Diversity in the Profession of the Society for Classical Studies (SCS) invites applications from minority undergraduate students from across North America for a scholarship to be awarded for Summer 2019. The purpose of the scholarship is to further students’ study of classics or classical archaeology with opportunities not available during the school year. Eligible proposals might include (but are not limited to) participation in classical summer programs or field schools in the Mediterranean or language training at institutions in the U.S., Canada, or Europe. The maximum amount of the award will be $4,500.

For more information, visit the SCS website at https://classicalstudies.org/awards-and-fellowships/minority-scholarship-classics-and-classical-archaeology

Availability: Summer Session and Summer Seminars

Scholarships for Graduate Students

ASCSA, Open Scholarships
The American School awards approximately five open scholarships, normally to graduate students enrolled in programs that focus on Greek and/or Latin languages and literature, ancient history, ancient philosophy or Classical art and archaeology. Funding is restricted to graduate students, who at the time of application, are enrolled at Cooperating Institutions of the American School of Classical Studies at Athens.
Amount: ALL FEES
Availability: Summer Session and Summer Seminars

For more information about Scholarships contact:

Professor Elizabeth Baltes and Professor Jorge Bravo 
Co-Chairs of the Committee on the Summer Sessions
ssapplication@ascsa.org