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Jewish Free Loan

Jewish Free Loan offers interest-free loans to university students facing the financial challenges of paying for higher education. Applicants must be at least 18 years old, have a steady source of income and demonstrate a need for the loan, and be permanent residents of Los Angeles or Ventura counties.

Deadline to Apply: See Application for deadline

Current Undergraduate
Amount Varies

Alan D. Leve Undergraduate Research & Travel Grant

These grants are intended to defray costs associated with short-term research or study in the field of Jewish Studies at UCLA, including but not limited to travel stipends and summer research project stipends.

Deadline to Apply: November 17, 2024

Current Undergraduate
Application open
Up to $2,500

Boulder Jewish Studies Freshman & Sophomore Scholarship

Each semester, the Program in Jewish Studies awards a $500 tuition scholarship to a freshman or sophomore who has declared a Jewish Studies Major or Minor and has the highest GPA in the pool of applicants.

Deadline to Apply: March 15, 2024

Current Undergraduate

Charlotte Brozer Shapiro prizes for excellence in JWST/WMST research

The Meyerhoff Center for Jewish Studies will award up to four paper prizes of $500-$1000 each for papers that meet the criteria for excellent scholarly research at the intersection of Jewish Studies and Women, Gender, and Sexuality Studies at the undergraduate level.

Deadline to Apply: March 29, 2024

Current Undergraduate
Amount varies

UMD third year scholarships

JWST and Religions of the Ancient Middle East (RAME) majors in their third year are eligible to apply for one of three $4,500 scholarships.

Deadline to Apply: March 30, 2024

Current Undergraduate

UMD First year scholarships

First-year majors and minors are eligible to apply for one of six $1,000 scholarships. One scholarship per year is reserved for ISRL students, thanks to the generosity of donors Michael and Catherine Gildenhorn and Carol and Michael Winer.

Deadline to Apply: March 30, 2024

Current Undergraduate

Jewish Foundation for Education of Women CUNY Hillel Scholarship

The JFEW-CUNY Hillel Scholarship program is for young women at CUNY colleges who are members of their Hillels. This program includes a 3-year scholarship, paid summer internship, professional development workshops, and individualized guidance. Applicants must be Freshmen with 3 academic years remaining. 

Deadline to Apply:

Current Undergraduate
amount varies