Summer Program Application – Financial Information Name* First Last Please enter your nine digit TU ID, which can be found on your Owl Card (non-Temple students, please enter ONLY the last 4 digits of your Social Security Number).*Email (Temple or home institution email address required)* Are you applying to an international or domestic program?*InternationalDomesticPlease select the INTERNATIONAL program you wish to apply to.*Dublin (study only)London (study only)Peru (study only)South Africa (study only)Barcelona (Global Internship Program)Hong Kong (Global Internship Program)London (Global Internship Program)Paris (Global Internship Program)Please select the DOMESTIC program you wish to apply to.*Communities and Organizations in NYC ProgramGLOBAL INTERNSHIP PROGRAM (Boston, Chicago, Los Angeles, Miami, New York City, San Francisco, Washington, D.C.)Please select the GLOBAL INTERNSHIP PROGRAM location you wish to apply to.*BostonChicagoLos AngelesMiamiNew York CitySan FranciscoWashington, D.C.Summer Program ScholarshipSMC Study Away is pleased to offered qualified students between $500 - $3000 in scholarships. See the instructions below to submit your essay in order to be considered for one of these scholarships.***Students applying to the Communities & Organizations in NYC program (regardless of date of submission, although ONLY non-internship applications are permitted after February 1) are not required to submit a scholarship essay because they are AUTOMATICALLY awarded the Commuter Scholarship, which is described below:NYC Commuter Scholarship All applicants will automatically receive a commuter scholarship which will cover their commuting costs for one round trip each week of the program. The scholarship award will be approximately $310 and it will cover the equivalent costs for a return Boltbus ticket from Philadelphia for all 11 weeks of the program. Students who commute from somewhere other than Philadelphia, will still receive the Commuter Scholarship as all students will receive the same award for commuting. Since this is an automatic award, no application is necessary.Financial planning is extremely important and SMC Study Away offers information sessions to help you plan. Have you already attended a "Financing Study Away" information session?*YesNoRegister for a "Financing Study Away" information session ASAP - even if you have already attended, you can always come again to ask questions about this process!Register online TODAY!This link will open in a new window.Do you currently receive Federal Work-study funds? Would you be interested in working for SMC Study Away while studying away (social media correspondent position is pending approval)?*Yes, I receive work-study funds and yes, I would be interested in a position.Yes, I receive work-study funds and no, I am not interested in a position.No, I do not receive work-study funds and yes, I would be interested in a position.No, I do not receive work-study funds and no, I am not interested in a position.Work-study funding is not required for the social media correspondent position.If accepted to the program, upon return would you be interested in applying for a competitive, paid position within the study away office to serve as a peer advisor and point of contact for the program you attended?*YesNoMaybeTypically, a call for applications for these competitive positions will go out toward the end of your study away program and selected students would be required to interview on campus or via Skype and if hired, attend a mandatory training approximately one week prior to the start of classes on Main Campus.Do you authorize SMC Study Away to obtain information regarding your financial aid status, cost of attendance and determination of financial aid eligibility, and request to review the contents of the file? If so, you will automatically be considered for SMC Study Away merit and need based scholarships upon submitting a scholarship essay. If you do not grant this authorization, unfortunately, you cannot be considered for SMC Study Away scholarship funds.*YesNoScholarship Essay*Since you indicated above that you would like to be considered for a SMC Study Away Summer Program Scholarship please submit a brief statement identifying your need for an SMC Study Away scholarship. It is helpful to include information about your need that you think would be important for SMC Study Away to be aware of as well as what you hope to gain from the experience. You may attach a file (Word or PDF format) below. Your essay should be one to two pages in length.Do you currently receive the Pell grant?*YesNoPrefer not to answerUnsureIf you are unsure, you should check your financial aid award in the TUportal.Have you ever left the US, for any length of time or at any age?*YesNoIf you have never left the country, you may be eligible for a unique study abroad scholarship opportunity for a minimum of $5,000. This travel prerequisite is an important component of the award and so applicants cannot have any international experience, regardless of reason, age or length of time abroad, prior to the international experience funded by this scholarship. Study abroad, personal travel, having been born abroad and having spent very short periods abroad (such as going to another country for a day as part of a cruise) are all examples of international experience and would disqualify you from applying for this scholarship. The only exceptions to this are the Arcadia freshman ‘Preview Program’ and travel to Canada. If you have any questions about your eligibility, please contact SMC Study Away at firstname.lastname@example.org.Gilman ScholarshipAs a possible Pell Grant recipient, we would like you to be aware of a wonderful opportunity to fund your study abroad experience. The Gilman Scholarship awards up to $5,000 for Summer Study Abroad programs. The online application opens in mid-January and closes on or around March 1st each year.More information and the program application can be found here: http://www.iie.org/Programs/Gilman-Scholarship-Program SMC Study Away has a designated Gilman Scholarship advisor in the office to help guide you through the application process. If you are eligible for this scholarship and interested in applying you should RSVP for a Gilman Advising Session. Or, if no sessions are currently available you should contact SMC Study Away at email@example.com as early as possible before the March 1st deadline to confirm attendance at an upcoming session.Vira Heinz Program for Women in Global LeadershipIf you are female, currently a sophomore or junior, have a GPA that is at least a 3.0 and you've never left the country, we would like you to be aware of a wonderful opportunity to fund your study abroad experience.The Vira Heinz Endowment awards three $5,000 scholarships to Temple female students planning to spend a summer studying abroad and interested in leadership development and community service.Funding of up to $7,500 may be awarded to students that also receive the Pell grant and/or participate in a study abroad program in a non-Western location such as Hong Kong, Peru, South Africa, etc. Students must be sophomores or juniors at the time of application. In addition to reading all of the application instructions on the Vira I. Heinz website, all Temple students should read the Temple University supplemental information and instructions found here. Application Deadline: First Friday in November each year.For more information and to view the application, visit http://www.viraheinz.pitt.edu/. Temple University (not SMC Study Away) has a designated Vira Heinz Scholarship advisor on campus to help guide you through the application process. If the November deadline has not yet passed, you are eligible for this scholarship, and you are interested in applying, you should contact SMC Study Away at firstname.lastname@example.org as early as possible before the scholarship application deadline.Additional Scholarship InformationIf you are interested in learning more about other scholarships for which you may be eligible, please visit the Financial Information page of the program you are applying to by clicking the links below. Dublin London Communities & Organizations in NYC Peru South Africa Global Internships (Barcelona, Boston, Chicago, Hong Kong, London, Los Angeles, Miami, New York City, Paris, San Francisco, Washington, D.C.)Comprehensive information on scholarships and the financial aid process related to study away programs is available on the SMC Study Away website here.You should also consider attending a Financing Study Away Information Session, if you haven't already. You can register for an upcoming session online here.Financial PlanningIt is your responsibility to fully understand the expenses related to the study away program to which you are applying. For that reason, please complete the following questions to indicate that you understand all expenses related to the program you hope to attend.The following questions can be answered by visiting the financial information pages for the various programs. You should open that the financial information page in a separate window:Visit the Financial Information page of the program you are applying to by clicking the links below. Dublin London Communities and Organizations in NYC South Africa Peru Global Internships(Barcelona, Boston, Chicago, Hong Kong, London, Los Angeles, Miami, New York City, Paris, San Francisco, Washington, D.C.)#1 - Based on the number of credits you selected for the program and the cost for tuition (per credit), how much will you be billed for TUITION AND FEES for this program?*Per university policy, Temple students will be charged their home school tuition regardless of participation in a program offered through the School of Media and Communication. See the Bursar’s website to calculate your tuition rate: *Please note that the tuition rates listed listed on the financial information page for each individual program are simply an example of the applicable tuition rates for a student whose home school is the School of Media and Communication. All students are strongly encouraged to calculate their individual tuition rate. residents). #2 - Based on the program that you selected, you will also be billed for a program fee, and in most cases housing (and a meal plan, too, on some programs). Every program has a different combination of program fees, housing/meal plan fees, and what is INCLUDED for these fees also varies. Please list all of the program, housing/meal plan fee(s) for the program that you're applying to and also list what is included in each fee.*Visit the Financial Information page of the program you are applying to by clicking the links below. Dublin London Communities and Organizations in NYC South Africa Peru Global Internships(Barcelona, Boston, Chicago, Hong Kong, London, Los Angeles, Miami, New York City, Paris, San Francisco, Washington, D.C.)#3 - Please use a calculator and add up the amount you listed above in #1 and #2. This should be equal to the total amount you will be BILLED for the program.*# 4 - Every program will require students to incur additional expenses for which you will not be billed and must be paid out of pocket, often times well before the program begins. Please list your estimated UNBILLED expenses for the program you're applying and also list what these expenses are that are NOT included in the tuition and fees you will be billed by Temple University for this program.*# 5 - Please use a calculator and add up the total that you enter in #3 and #4 - this is the TOTAL COST OF THE PROGRAM and the amount that you should expect to have available to cover the FULL cost of the program.*Now that you have a complete understanding of the FULL COST OF THE PROGRAM (#5), please list the ways in which you plan to fund your summer program.* Temple Institutional Aid (funds available are VERY limited and typically reserved for students that the University identifies as having the highest need) Parents/guardian/family or own personal savings Federal Student Loans (Using remaining loans from previous year, Summer Federal Direct Parent PLUS loan, etc.) Federal and/or State grants (Pell Grant, PHEEA grant, etc.) University-wide scholarships (such as the Marc David LGBTQ Temple University Scholarship) - open to ALL eligible Temple students Temple University School/College specific scholarships (for example, SMC offers the Lew Klein scholarship, Jennings, Martha Menei, etc., CLA offers the John Means Study Abroad Scholarship, etc.) - you MUST apply directly to whichever University department and/or School/College(s) offering the scholarships - MANY opportunities exist outside of SMC so consider your options if you have a second major, minor, etc. as there are options for all majors, including non-SMC applicants Departmental scholarships (Department of Journalism, French department, etc.) - you must apply directly to your own department(s) for those scholarships that you are eligible SMC Study Away scholarship - YOU MUST SUBMIT YOUR ESSSAY WITHIN THIS APPLICATION - (ENSURE YOU UNDERSTAND THAT MOST AWARDS ARE CLOSER TO $500 THAN $2000+) Outside study abroad scholarships (Gilman, Diversity Abroad, etc.) - PAY SPECIAL ATTENTION TO DEADLINES AND ONLY MAKE THIS SELECTION IF YOU ARE CONFIDENT THAT THE SCHOLARSHIPS IN THIS SECTION THAT YOU ARE ELIGIBLE TO APPLY FOR ARE STILL ACCEPTION APPLICATIONS - IF NOT, YOU SHOULD NOT MAKE THIS SELECTION. Other outside scholarships for which you are eligible - this could be anything for which you are eligible (BASED ON A NUMBER OF ASPECTS SUCH AS MAJOR, LOCATION, RACE, DISABILITY, HOBBIES, ETC. REGARDLESS OF YOUR PLANS TO STUDY AWAY, TOO) Additional private and/or educational loans Tuition remission (Temple University) Tuition remission (other company/organization for which you're eligible for tuition remission) Work-study (this would be pre-arranged by you, prior to departure, so only make this selection if you are certain this is even an option for you) Other - online fundraising, fundraising sales/events, sponsorship from businesses, etc.Before making your selections you should extensively review the financial information page which gives detailed information on each of the funding opportunities listed above: http://smc.temple.edu/studyaway/financial-info/Note: Your answer to this question will not be used in the admissions process. This question serves primarily as a planning tool for you, the applicant, to understand the financial responsibilities related to the program you're applying for as well as the financial resources available to you.You indicated that you plan to use TEMPLE INSTITUTIONAL AID to fund your summer program. Please list the source of each funding (TEMPLE GRANT, etc.) and how much you expect to have available from each source. NOT ALL STUDENTS QUALIFY AND THE TYPICAL AWARD FOR THOSE THAT DO IS LESS THAN $1000*Temple Grants ($750 or less, typically, for those that are eligible; only available for students taking courses that begin during Summer 1).More information is available on the SFS website here:Summer Financial AidTemple Summer Financial Aid is applied automatically in early April on a first-come first-serve basis to eligible students that are registered for courses beginning in Summer 1 until all aid is exhausted and the aid that’s offered, if any, will depend on student’s eligibility.You indicated that you plan to use savings from either yourself or parents/guardians or other family to fund your summer program. Please list the source of each funding (self, parent, family, etc.) and how much you expect to have available from each source.*You indicated that you plan to use federal student loans to fund your summer program. Please list each of the loans that you expect to take out and approximately how much money you expect to borrow from each different federal loan.*More information is available on the SFS website here:Summer Financial AidTemple Summer Financial Aid is applied automatically in early April on a first-come first-serve basis to eligible students that are registered for courses beginning in Summer 1 until all aid is exhausted and the aid that’s offered, if any, will depend on student’s eligibility.Federal Perkins Loans (typically $1200 or less; only available for students taking courses that begin during Summer 1) are applied automatically while other types of aid may require forms for authorization and/or additional short applications (see below). Federal Direct Loans may be available for reduction (complete the required form here: http://sfs.temple.edu/forms) for use in the summer if you have not received the maximum amount of Federal Direct Loan eligibility during the previous fall and spring semesters, or have increased in grade level. Submit the Authorization to Reduce Federal Loan form to reduce federal loans to enable funds to be available for Summer Study Away.Summer Parent PLUS Loan Request Form – When available, complete the required form here: http://sfs.temple.edu/forms.You indicated that you plan to use federal and/or state grants to fund your summer program. Please list the different federal and state grants that you plan to use and approximately how much money do you expect to receive from each federal or state grant that you list here.*There is very limited funding for federal or state grants for use during the summer. Please discuss your options with Student Financial Services.Federal Pell Grant (eligibility is determined by SFS based on remaining annual eligibility) PHEAA - Pennsylvania State Grant (Other states may offer grants (click here)Strict summer eligibility requirements for grants such as PHEAA:Must complete PHEAA online application, must be registered for minimum of six credits, coursework and registration must start in summer 1 and end in summer 2, and must submit a letter from SMC Study Away to confirm program dates.Awards will not be made until the drop/add period for Summer 2 passes (typically in late July so you will receive funds at the very END of your study away program).You indicated that you plan to use University-wide Temple University scholarships to fund your summer program. Please list all University-wide Temple University scholarships that you have already applied for or PLAN to apply for. Also list the amount of the award for each scholarship (if known) and include the liklihood of your being awarded each scholarship (if known).*IT IS VERY IMPORTANT THAT YOU ONLY LIST SCHOLARSHIPS HERE THAT YOU ARE ELIGIBLE TO APPLY FOR AND THAT YOU HAVE ALREADY APPLIED FOR OR WILL APPLY FOR PRIOR TO APPLICATION DEADLINES PASSING.Temple University Memorial ScholarshipsScholarships for Continuing StudentsYou indicated that you plan to use School/College specific scholarships such as SMC Scholarships (such as the Jennings, Martha Menei or Lew Klein Scholarship) To fund your summer program. Please list all School/College scholarships that you have already applied for or PLAN to apply for. Also list the amount of the award for each scholarship (if known) and include the likelihood of your being awarded each scholarship (if known).*IT IS VERY IMPORTANT THAT YOU ONLY LIST SCHOLARSHIPS HERE THAT YOU ARE ELIGIBLE TO APPLY FOR AND THAT YOU HAVE ALREADY APPLIED FOR OR WILL APPLY FOR PRIOR TO APPLICATION DEADLINES PASSING.The deadline for SOME scholarships, such as the SMC School/College wide Scholarships, are often much earlier than the deadline to apply for the Temple summer programs.The deadline for SMC Summer scholarships is often as early as October 1 of the prior year but typically no later than February 1 of the same year and most scholarships require a minimum 3.0 GPA.If the deadline has already passed, you should not count on these funds for your summer program.You should check the SMC Scholarships page for more information as all students are not eligible for all scholarships: http://smc.temple.edu/undergraduate/scholarships/NOTE: Students with majors in other schools and colleges should consult with their academic advising offices and departmental offices to determine which scholarships they are eligible for and then include that information here.A fairly comprehensive listing of websites for each school and college scholarship offices can be found here: http://www.temple.edu/vpus/fellowships/undergrad-opportunities/internal-scholarships-fellowships.htmlYou indicated that you plan to use departmental scholarships (such as those offered through the Journalism department, French department, etc.) to fund your summer program. Please list all departmental scholarships that you have already applied for or PLAN to apply for. Also list the amount of the award for each scholarship (if known) and include the likelihood of your being awarded each scholarship (if known).*IT IS VERY IMPORTANT THAT YOU ONLY LIST SCHOLARSHIPS HERE THAT YOU ARE ELIGIBLE TO APPLY FOR AND THAT YOU HAVE ALREADY APPLIED FOR OR WILL APPLY FOR PRIOR TO THE APPLICATION DEADLINE PASSING.SMC Departmental Scholarships Advertising Deadline: Check with department office, 3rd floor Annenberg Hall Communication Studies Deadline: Check with department office, basement Annenberg Hall Journalism Deadline: Check with department office, 3rd floor Annenberg Hall Media Studies & Production Deadline: April 25, 2014 Strategic Communication Deadline: February 28* (check with department office, 2nd floor Weiss Hall) Theater, Film & Media Arts Scholarships Theater Deadlines vary. Check website and with department office in Tomlinson Theater Film & Media Arts Deadlines vary. Check with department office, 1st floor Annenberg Hall NOTE: Students with majors in other schools and colleges should consult with their academic advising offices and the academic departmental offices to determine which scholarships they are eligible for and then include that information here.A fairly comprehensive listing of websites for each school and college scholarship offices can be found here: http://www.temple.edu/vpus/fellowships/undergrad-opportunities/internal-scholarships-fellowships.htmlYou indicated that you plan to use an SMC Study Away Scholarship to help pay for your program. In order to to be considered for this scholarship, you must upload a scholarship essay (above) at the time of application to the program AND prior to being awarded the scholarship you must provide evidence that you have applied for other scholarships for which you are eligible. Awards range from approximately $500 - $3000, however, the average award is typically closer to $500. With that information, how much do you expect (or need) to receive from this source of funding?*Based on information provided by Student Financial Services to determine your level of need, as well as your program application and its merit, awards from SMC Study Away can typically be made in the amount of $500-$3,000.In general, the only program which awards more than $2000 to more than one student is the Global Internship program.You indicated that you plan to use other outside study abroad scholarships (such as the Gilman Scholarship, the Diversity Abroad Scholarship, the BUTEX scholarship for London, etc.) to fund your summer program. Please list all outside scholarships that you have already applied for or that you plan to apply for (before the deadlines pass), how much each scholarship would award you and the liklihood that you will receive the scholarship(s) to which you're applying (if known).*The deadlines for many outside study abroad scholarships are often much earlier than the deadline to apply for the Temple summer programs. The deadline for most Summer scholarships is often between February 1 and March 1 of the same year. However, you should note that some deadlines are even as early as November 1 of the previous year (such as the Vira I. Heinz) so do not delay in exploring scholarship options, eligibility and submitting applications by deadlines. If the deadlines for any scholarships have already passed, you should NOT list or count on these funds for your summer program.Outside Scholarships for Study Abroad Study abroad scholarships can be used on all SMC Study Away programs except the Communities & Organizations in NYC program and the domestic locations on the Global Internship program. Some of these scholarships have multiple application cycles per academic year while others will only have one deadline for all scholarship awards for the year so you are advised to research each scholarship thoroughly and plan ahead.Outside Scholarships for Study Abroad (not eligible for domestic locations) DiversityAbroad.com The Foundation for Global Scholars - multiple scholarships The Fund for Education Abroad - multiple scholarships George Walford International Essay Prize Global Studies Foundation Golden Key Study Abroad Scholarships - 2 study abroad scholarships Study Abroad Scholarship for Former Girl Scouts The Gilman Scholarship Go Overseas Las Dos Chicas Study Abroad Scholarship Laura W. Bush Traveling Fellowship LIVFund Scholarship Norman Woodbury Scholarship Tortuga Backpacks Study Abroad Scholarship Vira I. Heinz Scholarship for Women - summer programs only London/UK Specific Scholarships: FIE Sharif Rahman Scholarship - once accepted to the program you gain access to FIE's online system, which is where you will submit your application for this scholarship Deadlines: Typically November 15 for Spring awards, March 15 for Summer awards, and July 1 for Fall awards BUTEX (British Universities Transatlantic Exchange Association) - semester students only Deadline: check site – application available in January AASAP/UK Lord Acton Memorial Scholarship Deadline: Typically the first week in April for the following academic year E-mail FIE at email@example.com if you plan to apply Anglo-Jewish Scholarships - scholarships available for Jewish students studying abroad in the UK Deadline: Typically April 30 The English-Speaking Union Travel Grant Deadline: Typically January 31 Snowden Award Scheme for Students with Disabilities Studying in the UK Deadline: Typically August 31 Global Internship/Location Specific Scholarships: Dream Careers International (DCI) Scholarships DCI Global Internship/National Society of Collegiate Scholars Scholarship - up to $400, apply by December 5 DCI Global Internship/Golden Key Partner Scholarship - up to $500, must enroll my by December 5 All international locations: College of Liberal Arts: John Means Study Abroad Scholarship Preference given to domestic locations: Davis-Putter Scholarship Fund Barcelona Scholarships: Pan-Am Society of Philadelphia Scholarships London Scholarships: Anglo-Jewish Scholarships – scholarships available for Jewish students studying abroad in the UK The English-Speaking Union Travel Grant Paris Scholarships: Pierre C. Fraley Scholarship College of Liberal Arts: Martha Lavellee-Williams Study Abroad Scholarship Washington, D.C. Scholarships: College of Liberal Arts: Center for Scholars Internship Award College of Liberal Arts: Paul Tully Internship Award You indicated that you plan to use Other Outside Scholarships (not specifically related to studying away) to fund your summer program. Please list all outside scholarships that you plan to apply for, how much each scholarship offers and the liklihood that you would be awarded the scholarship (if known).*Other relevant scholarships: Internship only: Communications Internship Award for Students of Color Congressional Black Caucus Internship Scholarships SMC majors likely eligible: The Alexia Foundation Broadcast Pioneers - application deadline typically in February Communications Internship Award for Students of Color Radio Television Digital News Association - multiple scholarships available, application opens in January Lagrant Foundation - scholarship for minortiy students – eligible majors include advertising, marketing, public relations and communications National Association of Black Journalists Asian American Journalists Association Travel Study and Grant Program Scholarships for students underrepresented in study away: Students of Color/Religious Ethnicity American Indian Center Scholars Anglo-Jewish Scholarships – scholarships available for Jewish students studying abroad in the UK Asian American Journalists Association Asian Pacific Fund Asian and Pacific Islander Fund Communications Internship Award for Students of Color Congressional Black Caucus Internship Scholarships Hispanic Scholarship Fund Lagrant Foundation - scholarship for minortiy students – eligible majors include advertising, marketing, public relations and communications National Association of Black Journalists Paul and Daisy Soros Scholarship for New Americans Radio Television Digital News Association - multiple scholarships available, application opens in January United Negro College Fund Veterans Affairs GI Bill and Study Away College of Liberal Arts: Dr. Alfred M. Sellers Veteran Scholarship National Clearinghouse on Disability and Exchange - info for studying abroad Blind/Visual Impairment College of Liberal Arts: Silver & Silver Scholarship - for students registered with DRS at Temple Funding for students with disabilities Hearing Impairment Mobility Respiratory Medical Condition Non-traditional students: College of Liberal Arts: Non-traditional student scholarships (two available) LGBTQ students: Marc David LGBTQ Temple University Scholarship College of Liberal Arts: Allan D. Gilmour Scholarship for LGBT advocacy GLBT student scholarship database KarMel Scholarships Lax Scholarship Fund for Gay Men Non-US Citizen: Any home country other than the US Students from Latin America and the Carribean Graduate Students from a select list of countries in Asia You indicated that you plan to use additional private and/or educational loans to fund your summer program. Please indicate which private alternative/education loans you plan to apply for and approximately how much money do you expect to come from each loan.*In order to explore options for private alternative education loans you should discuss your options with Student Financial Services and visit this website (the information regarding private educational loans can be found toward the bottom of the page): http://sfs.temple.edu/financial-aid-types/educational-loans/alternative-loansThis is a common way for students to fund the full cost of a summer study away experience. This loan requires a credit worthy co-signer so inquire with Student Financial Services if you have any questions.Private alternative loansYou indicated that you plan to use TUITION REMISSION (TEMPLE UNIVERSITY) to fund your summer program. Please indicate approximately how much money do you expect to come from tuition remission.*Ensure you are eligible if you list this source of funding - check with your (or your parent's) employer to be sure.You indicated that you plan to use TUITION REMISSION (other company or organization for which you're eligible for) to fund your summer program. Please indicate approximately how much money do you expect to come from tuition remission.*Ensure you are eligible if you list this source of funding - check with your (or your parent's) employer to be sure.You indicated that you plan to use work-study money to fund your summer program. Please list the department/source that you plan to work for during your summer program (this is very rare) and approximately how much money you expect to receive from your work-study position.*Ensure you are eligible if you list this source of funding - check with your employer to be sure as very few work-study positions can be performed while studying away.You indicated that you plan to use other means (such as online or standard fundraising) to fund your summer program. Approximately how much money do you expect to come from this means? Please list each area of funding and the approximate amount.*Some students have had success in funding study away programs in a variety of creative ways, such as bake sales, tshirt sales, beef & beer events, online fundraising, etc.. Some sites that may help to facilitate fundraising efforts are: GoFundMe.com GoEnnounce.comIndieGoGo.com GoOverseas.com, etc.The estimated billed expenses (tuition, housing, included trips, excursions, insurance, transportation pass, etc.) for the summer program was calculated above and you also calculated all of the additional expenses for this program. Based on the total estimated expenses (THE FULL COST OF THE PROGRAM) and the estimates you listed here as the means in which you will fund the entire program, how much need still remains and how do you plan to cover this difference?*Please calculate the total amount of aid and overall funding you expect to receive (listed above individually) and then subtract that amount from the total estimated cost of the program, which you calculated above.This is the estimated amount you will need to secure through other means in order to participate in the program. PLEASE BE AS ACCURATE AS POSSIBLE - THIS IS A PLANNING TOOL FOR YOU TO DETERMINE HOW YOU WILL FUND THIS EXPERIENCE AND IF IT IS FEASIBLE FOR YOU.