The Department of Classics administers a number of funds available to support undergraduate and graduate students in their studies. These merit-based scholarships and awards support on-campus academic study, study abroad, travel for independent study, and more, in amounts of up to several thousand dollars.
The department especially encourages applications from students who face significant financial constraints in pursuing their university education; students with deep personal experience with, or commitment to, diverse cultures; and students from backgrounds underrepresented in Classics.
Applications for travel bursaries and textbook support are accepted on a rolling basis, whereas some scholarship applications are due in mid-February for awards applied the following academic year. Read about deadlines and application requirements for each program at the links below.
Jim Greenfield Scholarship Programs
- Jim Greenfield Undergraduate Scholarships
- Jim Greenfield Undergraduate Travel Bursaries
- Jim Greenfield Undergraduate Rome Program Travel Support
- Jim Greenfield Undergraduate Summer Language Study Scholarship
- Meg Greenfield Essay Prizes
- Jim Greenfield Reimbursement of Graduate School Application Fees
- Office of Minority Affairs Program Support
For Graduate Students
- Jim Greenfield Graduate Fellowship
- Jim Greenfield Graduate Stipends
- Jim Greenfield Graduate Travel Bursaries
- Jim Greenfield Dissertation Fellowships
About the Greenfields
Other Scholarships and Financial Support
- Undergraduate Textbook Fund
- Harvey Densmore Scholarships
- Classics Student Travel Endowment
- Ringland Rome Prize and Ringland Rome Bursary
- Roseanna Wabel McDermott Endowed Fund for Study Abroad. The aim of this fund is to make study abroad experiences more accessible to students and its goals are aligned with the goals of the University's Office of Minority Affairs and Diversity and its Educational Opportunity Program: promoting academic success and graduation for under-represented ethnic minority, economically disadvantaged and first generation college students at the University of Washington.
Additional University Resources
Students can also find a number of financial aid opportunities through the Student Financial Aid Office and the Office of Merit Scholarships, Fellowships & Awards. With the Husky Promise, the UW guarantees to cover the full cost of tuition and standard fees for qualified students who otherwise could not afford to attend. The Graduate School also offers information about Fellowships for Graduate Students. Scholarships for students studying abroad are available from the Study Abroad Office.
The Department’s ability to support students is made possible by gifts from generous donors. For a full listing of the Department's endowments and funds, most of which go to support our students, please visit Support Classics. The Department would especially like to honor the legacies of Meg Greenfield and Jim Greenfield.