How to apply
The requirements for the application include a brief statement of the nature of your project and the educational benefit you expect to derive from it, a realistic estimate of the costs you will incur through the project, the approval of your major advisor, and one letter of recommendation from a member of the Classics Department. Applicants should include documentation of your acceptance to a formal course of study, internship, excavation, or similar.
You can download the application form here and fill it out electronically. Completed forms are sent to the chair of the Classics Department by email.
Grants may be made for any academic term, with application deadlines as follows:
- May 15 for grants to be used during the following SUMMER term
- June 1 for grants to be used during the following FALL term
- Nov. 15 for grants to be used during the following WINTER term
- March 15 for grants to be used during the following SPRING term
Students needing to secure funding in order to accept a position in a summer seminar, course, excavation, etc. are advised to apply early and specify the program's deadlines on their applications.
Note: Students who wish to conduct research over the summer term for a Senior Honors Project are encouraged to seek funding from college resources outside the Classics Department. Information about such sources can be found at the .