Slavic and Eurasian Studies

Funding Your Education

UT's Office of Student Financial Services estimates non-tuition expenses (housing, food, other educational and incidental expenses) to exceed $1,000 a month. When considering how you will fund your college education, be sure to take into consideration the many resources available to you:

• Fellowships and Scholarships (internal and external sources)
• Grants for research, study, and/or travel
• Employment opportunities (on campus and off)
• Financial Aid (Office of Student Financial Services)

See our specific pages dedicated to:

UT College of Liberal Arts (COLA) Scholarships

  • Various awards are available for continuing graduate and undergraduate students
  • Awards are administered by the COLA Dean's office; awards are for a semester, year, or summer
  • A variety of awards for various purposes, awarded based on both financial need & merit
  • Check back regularly, as it is updated by the Dean's office and new awards are posted all the time
  • Slavic Department Scholarships

CREEES Foreign Language Area Studies (FLAS) Fellowship

Other FLAS opportunities on campus:

Study Abroad Scholarship Portal "Global Assist"

  • Available to both undergraduate and graduate students based on programs, countries, or other criteria
  • More information available through UT

Regional Foundations Library

  • Incredible resource for finding external funding sources, for education, internships, research, community projects, etc.
  • Consider attending a regularly scheduled workshop on how to best utilize this resource

Office of Student Financial Services (OSFS)

  • For information on financial aid at UT

University of Texas Scholarships