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FSCI2020 Scholarship Application

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Published: 26 May 2022

About FSCI Scholarships

Deadline: May 1, 2019 

There is limited funding available to support those in need to attend FSCI2020.  The applications for FSCI2020 Scholarships are now being accepted. Students who cannot attend FSCI without financial support may submit an application via the link below.  Because funding is limited, we ask students to apply only in cases of need and to use other funds wherever possible. 

There are two types of scholarships available: tuition and travel. Each is for a fixed amount and is intended to cover ONLY a portion of the anticipated costs. Our goal is to provide some support to as many applicants as possible given the total funding available for distribution. Except in cases of particular hardship, we do not have funding available in addition to these fixed scholarships.

Following the FSCI, scholarship recipients agree to write a blog about their experience and complete a survey to provide feedback. 


Applicants will be notified on June 20 if they did or did not receive a scholarship.

Available Scholarships

  1. Tuition Scholarship – Full tuition scholarship 
  2. Travel Scholarships ($850 for US/Canada and $1,200 outside US/Canada)

To be considered for scholarships, please complete the following form.



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