Contact Transfer and Off-Campus Student Life

0110 Adele H. Stamp Student Union
University of Maryland
College Park, MD 20742


301-314-0159
tocsl@umd.edu

SCHOLARSHIP OPPORTUNITIES ACROSS UMD CAMPUS

We gathered information on different scholarship opportunities offered across campus (e.g. Study Abroad, Engineering, Education, Arts & Humanities, Public Policy, etc.) and created a comprehensive list of scholarship opportunities for you! Click here for more detailed information.

If you find an error or have a scholarship to add, please email the TOCSL office: tocsl@umd.edu

 

Transfer and Off-Campus Student Life held a "How to Find a Scholarship" workshop in partnership with the Office of Letters and Sciences, the National Scholarships Office, and the Office of Financial Aid. To view a recording of this workshop, please visit STAMP's YouTube channel here

APPLYING FOR SCHOLARSHIPS


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The $1,000 Brandon James Malstrom Memorial Scholarship applications for UMD transfer students must be completed online here: https://goo.gl/jY19nU . Applications are due 5:00pm Eastern Standard Time Friday, June 1, 2018. 

Email tocsl@umd.edu for more information.




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The Student Government Association has partnered with the University Career Center and President's Promise, who currently run the Bright Futures scholarship program for students with summer internships, to create the Transportation Reimbursement for Academic Internship Needs (TRAIN) scholarship

The TRAIN Scholarship will be available to students that are pursuing internships as part of a requirement for their major in order to graduate. Additional requirements include: the internships must be completely unpaid and not with for-profit companies. Students may only apply for this scholarship once, and they must be enrolled in the internship course that corresponds with the required internship course for their college. 

The scholarship will be available in the Fall and Spring semesters, as the University Career Center and President's Promise coordinates the Bright Futures scholarship during the summer. 

Students pursuing a 2- or 4-year degree within the following colleges may be eligible to apply if their major requires an internship. 

  • AGNR

  • Journalism

  • Education

  • BSOS

  • SPH

  • Public Policy

Applications for the scholarship close on November 14, 2017. Apply now! https://umd-csm.symplicity.com/events/TRAIN17




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National scholarships are highly competitive, prestigious awards that provide opportunities and support for many different experiences, including study abroad, graduate study (and sometimes undergraduate study also), federal employment, teaching, research, and public service.

Students can search for scholarship opportunities based on class year, goals or study interests, and minority and diversity opportunities. For more information about National Scholarships and the application process, please visit their website.




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If you are transferring to the University of Maryland, the Office of Undergraduate Admissions have scholarships tailored just for you. Merit scholarships provide financial awards to some of the University of Maryland’s most academically talented transfer students. Transfer applicants are automatically considered for some of these merit scholarships, while others require a separate application. Only U.S. citizens and permanent residents can qualify for the university’s merit scholarships.

To be considered for merit scholarships, students must submit a completed undergraduate admission application for the fall semester by the March 1 Priority Deadline

For more information on Transfer Merit Scholarships, visit the Office of Undergraduate Admissions website. 




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The Phi Theta Kappa Honor Society offers scholarships for its members as well as non-members. They have scholarship opportunities based on the degree you are seeking, major, or other interests. They also have resources and tips on making your scholarship application stand out and guides to writing your scholarship resume. 

Check out their website for more information about scholarships and the application process. 




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The Office of Student Financial Aid periodically receives notification of new scholarship possibilities. Some scholarships are awarded based on academic merit or association with a particular interest or qualification. Other scholarships are awarded to students with financial need. Visit their page to search for scholarships for transfer students or a particular interest. 

In addition to these scholarships, several academic departments offer merit scholarships to their most promising students. Make sure to contact the department, college or school directly for information about availability, eligibility, applications and deadlines.



Stay up to date

  • Transfer and Off-Campus Student Life (TOCSL) also periodically posts announcements about scholarships, awards, and job opportunities. Make sure you follow our Facebook page to stay up to date with announcements about these opportunities. 

  • Follow us @UMDTOCSL on Twitter!

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  • Add UMDTOCSL on Snapchat to get the inside scoop on all the events we have for you!! 

Engage with us

  • Transfer and Off Campus Student Life is located in the Engagement Office, on the ground floor of the Adele H. Stamp, down the hall from the Bookstore.