Temple University International Student and Scholar Services

International Student and Scholar Services
 
Financial Resources

Any questions regarding the need for Temple University assistantships should be addressed to the department. There is no financial aid available directly from Temple University. As an international student on a non-immigrant visa, you are not eligible for U.S. government-funded financial aid such as PELL grants, PHEAA loans or work study employment.Please visit the US Department of Education for further information.

International Student and Scholar Services is usually allocated a small amount of funds to be distributed to international students who have been studying at Temple University for at least one academic year and who can demonstrate an unexpected loss of funding due to extenuation circumstance. Details regarding the application deadlines are posted to tu-intl, our electronic listserv. You should make sure you're subscribed so you receive the information.

Information about University-wide, non-departmental assistantships can be found at www.temple.edu/provost/careercenter/Students/resources/index.htm

The Organization of American States has a loan program for students from member countries.

The following resources are available to current students:

Graduate students can try to obtain non-departmental assistantships at www.temple.edu/studentaffairs/ge.htm

Undergraduate students can try to talk to their academic advisors about the possibility to be nominatedfor one of manyavailable financial aid awards (e.g. Cosby Award).

Visit the office of student financial service's web site at www.temple.edu/sfs

Additional Scholarship information is available at Scholarships for International Students

Additional Information on financial aidis available at

www.edupass.org/finaid/

www.finaid.org

www.isoa.org/list_scholarships.aspx

International Student Newsletter

International Student and Scholar Services has compiled the following information in order to assist you in your search for financial aid. We have provided you with a list of organizations that provide financial aid and the respective field of study for which the aid is provided. If you need more information about the financial aid (application deadlines, etc.) and there is not a web site or e-mail address listed, please write to them or call them.

Name

Concentration

Contact

Adamha National Research Services Awards

Health Science

http://grants.nih.gov/grants/oer.htm

 

AAUW Educational Foundation International Fellowships

For international WOMEN pursuing a degree in the US who will return to home country to purse a Professional career.

 

www.aauw.org/education/fga//fellowships_grants/international.cfm

American Council Of Learned Societies

East European Language Training

 

http://www.acls.org/

American Institute of Indian Studies Fellowship Competition

Open to all

 

www.indiastudies.org//catalog.cfm?dest=dir&linkon=Subsection&linkid=217

American Institute Of Maghrib Studies

 

 

http://aimsnorthafrica.org/

American Philosophical Society

Philosophy

 

www.amphilsoc.org/

The Center for Hellenic Studies

 

http://chs.harvard.edu/wa/pageR?tn=Fellowships&bdc=12&mn=0

Institute of Food Technologist

Food Science

 

www.ift.org

International Doorways

Open to all

 

www.internationaldoorway.org

Kosciuszko Foundation

Polish

 

www.thekf.org

P.E.O. International Peace Scholarship Fund

Woman only

 

www.peointernational.org/

The Elizabeth Greenshields Foundation

Art Major

 

www.elizabethgreenshieldsfoundation.org/main.html

The Geological Society of America, Inc.

Geology majors

 

www.geosociety.org/

THE NATIONAL ACADEMIES

Science, Engineering

and Medicine

 

www.nationalacademies.org/

If you have been in the United States in valid non-immigrant status for nine months or more, you may be eligible for work off campus. Please visit www.temple.edu/isss/emplelig.htm for more information.Remember that you may not work off-campus unless you first receive written authorization.