Diversity and Underrepresented Students Scholarships
The PLATO project collects resources and information to help increase participation by diverse students in study abroad.
$3000 scholarship for lesbian identified students as they pursue their higher education abroad and seek to impact the world.
$5,000 maximum scholarship for underrepresented students with disabilities who wish to receive a scholarship to study abroad for a minimum of four weeks. Eight awards are given per academic year.
$1,000 scholarship dedicated to supporting students with parents who have disabilities to meet their academic goals both at UNI and abroad. Ten awards are given per academic year.
30 scholarships awarded each year to legally blind persons. Scholarships range between $3000-$12,000. Students must attend National Federation of the Blind Conventions as a follow-on project
UNI Student who were diagnosed with cancer before age 21 are encouraged to apply for this scholarship to help them make the study abroad experience affordable.
Dedicated to giving $1,000 or $2500 scholarships to gay male identified students from rural areas with international higher education opportunities.
Provides a maximum scholarship opportunity of $10,000 to students who work toward social justice for communities.