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Fundraising Tool Kit

Interdisciplinary Global Learning and Engagement (IGLE)

IGLE Travel Scholarships

The IGLE Travel Scholarship assists New College students in their academic advancement with financial support when traveling on New College global study courses. The scholarship contributes to students’ lives and careers by fostering in them cultural, political, and social adeptness in a global economy. The scholarships are awarded based on academic merit and need.

Students who apply for the scholarship must: 1) meet a 3.0 GPA for undergraduate and 3.5 GPA for graduate students; 2) demonstrate financial need based on their receipt of financial aid, and 3) write a narrative describing the projected impact of the funding to their overall career goals.

The IGLE Travel Scholarships are not accepting applications now. Please check back later.

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More scholarships available

Check out scholarships and grants through ASU Global Education Office.

Go to Financing your Study Abroad Program website for more information.

Visit the University Study Abroad Consortium for general information and Scholarships.

Raising Funds for Your Trip

Fundraising Toolkit

We strongly encourage applicants to consider raising funds that will help to offset their program cost. We are pleased to provide a Fundraising Toolkit that will offer tips, ideas, and resources to assist you in your search for funding. The toolkit includes starting steps, fundraising ideas, a list of potential sponsors, and a sample fundraising letter.

Click to access IGLE Fundraising Ideas and Toolkit

    Potential Sponsors

    Local Businesses Employers
    Professional Organizations Elected Officials
    Neighbors Local Political Organizations
    Church Groups Law Firms


    Local businesses are far more likely than large corporations to make a contribution to your cause. The key is to make a link between the owner and you or someone close to you. You may want to approach the business with a letter first and then follow-up with a phone call. Service clubs such as Rotary and Kiwanis, fraternal organizations, and religious groups are excellent sources for fundraising. Utilize your connections!

    Note: As always, if you have any questions, do not hesitate to contact us by visiting West Valley campus FAB N201G or calling Lucy Berchini at (602) 543-6091 or emailing Best wishes in your fundraising experience!