The Arizona Center for Judaic Studies offers several scholarship opportunities. With the exception of the John Likins Memorial Scholarship, applicants must be either a Judaic Studies major or minor, be enrolled full time and in good academic standing.
The David L. Boren Scholarship
For a study abroad language program for undergraduate and graduate students program.
Boren Fellowship: January 28, 2014
Boren Scholarship: February 5, 2014
The John Likins Memorial Scholarship freshmen only
For tuition at The University of Arizona - Not limited to Judaic Studies majors & minors.
Students must be from a Tucson area high school and be accepted to The University of Arizona (students are encouraged to apply for this scholarship after they are accepted to The University of Arizona).
Priority deadline for incoming freshmen is August 1, 2013.
For currently enrolled students, the deadline is April 26, 2013.
Apply now! Deadline extended to October 1, 2013
The Jack & Irene Sarver Scholarship
The Jack and Irene Sarver Scholarship provides funding for tuition at The University of Arizona to help deserving Judaic Studies majors and minors achieve their educational goals. Applicants must be full time Judaic Studies students at The University of Arizona and in good academic standing.
The Florence Kaiserman Scholarship
The Florence Kaiserman Memorial Scholarship is primarily intended to assist Judaic Studies students wishing to enroll in an accredited study program in Israel. In some cases, it may also be used by Judaic Studies majors for tuition at The University of Arizona. Applicants must be full time Judaic Studies students at The University of Arizona and in good academic standing. Scholarships are to be used in summer or Fall.
The Shandel Education Plus Award
The Shandel Education Plus Scholarship is intended to fund travel outside of Arizona in order to attend special exhibits, seminars, competitions or any other events relevant to Judaic Studies. Students must be Judaic Studies majors or minors, be of at least junior standing, or a graduate student whose work focuses on any aspect of Judaic Studies. They must also plan to be enrolled at The University of Arizona the following semester.