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The Emanuel Fenz Cultural History Program Scholarship for EMU students

The Cultural History Programs were developed by EMU's Emanuel G. Fenz, Ph.D. 40 years ago. These unique study abroad programs allow students to earn up to 12 credit hours in history and art while exploring major world centers of learning and culture. A scholarship in memory of Dr. Fenz's achievement in education has been made available to provide financial assistance to qualified EMU students:

  • For EMU participants in EMU's Cultural History Programs.¬†
  • May be awarded to more than one student, but is non-renewable.
  • Open to EMU students of any major who have sophomore, junior or senior status at the start of the program.
  • Demonstrates financial need.

For additional scholarship opportunities, view the national study abroad scholarships available here, and EMU students may additionally search the scholarship database on the Office of Financial Aid website.

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