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Gilman Scholarship Program

Award Details 

The Benjamin Gilman International Scholarship aims to diversify the kinds of students who study and intern abroad and the countries and regions where they go by offering awards to US undergraduates who are receiving the Federal Pell grant. 

Award amounts will vary depending on the length of study and student need with the average award being approximately $4,000 for fall and spring terms, and $3,000 for summer programs. Applicants who are studying a critical need language while abroad in a country in which the language is predominately spoken will automatically be considered for the Critical Need Language Award, for a total maximum award of $8,000. 

Eligibility 

An applicant must be:

  • A citizen of the United States
  • An undergraduate student in good standing
  • Receiving a Federal Pell Grant
  • In the process of applying for, or accepted to, a study abroad or internship program of at least three weeks (21 days) in a single country eligible for academic credit
  • Proposing a program in a country not currently under a travel warning issued by the US Department of State or otherwise ineligible for program participation

Application Timeline

The Gilman Scholarship application requires university certification. Please contact LeAnn Adam to discuss your project proposal and apply online

Timeline:
See Gilman website for deadlines. 

OSU Contact

LeAnn Adam
OSU Advisor for Prestigious Scholarships
leann.adam@oregonstate.edu

 

 

 

2017 

Ruby Vise, Tanzania 
Marcella Guerra, China 
Rozalyn Goldberg, South Africa
Jacey Silk, Thailand 
Domo Choo, South Korea 
Lisa Huang, Hong Kong 
Beniamin Vacariu, Japan 
Morgan Craig, Chile
Ashley Boyes, Thailand
Marjorie Halstead, Uganda
Jasmine Meraz, Uganda
Jacqueline Paul, United Kingdom 
Mhara Coffman, Mexico 
Claudine Thomassians, Uganda
Cheri Breymann, Dominican Republic
Aleksandr Pyasetskiy, Ecuador 
Veronica Ehrlich, South Africa
Jacqueline Nguyen, New Zealand 

 

 

 

 

 

2016 

Coleman Swenson, Japan 
Heather Sheffield, Vietnam 
Zoey Corrigan, Chile 
Cathy Duong, India 
Adriana Sanchez, Spain 
Bianca Ramos-Navarro, Taiwan 
Victoria Kurtz, Spain
Logan Adams, Guatemala
Griffin Cerva, Japan
Dang Duong, India
Sheridan Jeffries, Namibia
Ashley Nelsen, Costa Rica
Dillon Rhoades, Hungary
Kathleen Roberts, Ecuador
Brianna Santana, Ecuador
Audrey Ali, Morocco
Marwah Al-Jilani, Morocco
Natalie Leon, Bolivia
Mara Rutherford, India 

 

 

2015

Alan Bienvenida, Morocco
Sarah Canales, Argentina
Kjerstine Crowder, Thailand
Rebeccah Davis, Ecuador
Mitchell Evers, Chile
Miranda Gleason, France
Xavier Gonzalez, Spain
Justin Knott, South Africa
Luis Meza, Netherlands
Kole Nakamura, Japan
Tyler Richardson, Japan
Josephine Sechrist, Spain
Morgan Thompson, South Africa
Lauren Watwood, Senegal

 

 

2014

Brandy Aguirre, South Africa
Charles Baugh, India
Nastassia Donoho, India
Blas Garfias, Argentina
Rebecca Gibbon, Argentina
Edward Joseph Hofschneider, Japan
Jacob Kollen, Chile
Hana Laughton, Spain
Thomas Luong, Japan
Ana Medero, Spain
Jesse Mcginty, Costa Rica
Karl Myers, South Korea
Rachelle Robinson, Dominican Republic
Rebekah Smith, Ecuador
Dacotah Spiichal, Ecuador
Annette Stevenson, Bonaire
Anthony Treas, Ecuador

 

 

 

2013

Ilwaad Aman, China
Meghan Atkinson, Bonaire
Ana Bienvenida, Switzerland
Amanda Caldwell, Namibia
Melissa Carrillo, Argentina
Karla Garcia, Thailand
Jessica Hua, South Africa
Sarah Jacobi, Senegal
Julia Jones, Argentina
Celeste Moen, Bonaire
Amedee Ngarukiye, Morocco/Switzerland
Robert Plascencia, Germany
Ebrahim Siala, Egypt
Natasha Stewart, South Africa
Jacob Tepper, Bonaire
Jonathon Tran, India

 

 

2012

Kristin Beem, Bonaire
Jeremy Carter, India
Haley Cox, Madagascar
Jennifer Lund, South Africa
Dylan McDowell, Tanzania
Terri Pugh, Italy
James Staub, Chile
Charlie Ta, United Kingdom